Reproducibility of depth distance by one-dimensional integral photography
- Reproducibility of depth distance by one-dimensional integral photography
- 박민철; Smio Yano; Akira Hasegawa
- Integral photography; Horizontal parallax; Multi-view stereoscopic image; Vertical resolution; Depth perception
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- SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing 2019
- We developed an integral photography with parallax only in the horizontal direction, namely one-dimensional integral photography. For developing, 4K LCD and lenticular lenses were used for the display equipment. With regard to the reproduced three-dimensional image, a fixation point was provided to the camera array in the computer, and then a multi-view stereoscopic image was picked-up, pixel position conversion was performed, and an elemental image was generated on the LCD and displayed. The display characteristics of resolution and depth distance related to the prototyped one-dimensional integral photography were described. Furthermore, from the subjective evaluation experiment results, we described the degree of the influence of the reduction of vertical spatial frequency on the depth perception and the influence of the toed-in capturing method on the reproduction of the depth distance.
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