Abstract

We describe applications of integral photography modified for real-time imaging. This method requires a huge number of pixels, and thus, the 3DTV application uses an extremely high-resolution (EHR) video system. The other applications are an amplified 3D viewer that can be used for observing 3D objects in a dark space without camera and display, and an afocal array, which is a unique optical device for transmission or viewing equipment.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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