Abstract

Recently, computer generated hologram calculated from real existing objects is more actively investigated to support holographic video applications. In this paper, we proposed a method of generating 360-degree color holograms of real 3-D objects. 360-degree 3-D images are generated using the actual 3-D image acquisition system consisting of a depth camera and a turntable and virtual view generation method. Then, 360-degree color holograms are calculated using a viewing window based computer-generated hologram method. We confirmed that 3-D objects are faithfully reconstructed using our 360-degree tabletop color holographic display.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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