Abstract

To achieve high quality reconstruction of 3-D objects using integral photography technology, the elemental images must be calibrated if the display and capture modules do not use the same optical system. In this paper, we first introduce our real-time color holography system using integral photography capture and then describe the calibration method used in the system. Experimental results show our method can reduce the double reconstruction of 3-D objects.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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