Abstract

A calibration technique for integral photography(IP) based 3D display that uses a commercial projector and digitally designed holographic optical element (DDHOE) as lens array is reported. This is an automated method that compensates for both lens distortion and DDHOE-projector alignment errors which shows huge improvement in reconstruction quality. This method requires less number of input images for calibration compared to existing ones.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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