Abstract

Hologram capturing methods under incoherent illumination allow easy and versatile acquisition of holographic data of three-dimensional objects. Integral imaging is a technique to capture and manipulate spatio-angular ray distribution of three-dimensional object scene. In this report, we introduce hologram capturing techniques under incoherent illumination using integral imaging.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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