Abstract

We propose a method to reduce the color moire fringes that are attributable to the structure of a color flat-panel display in integral three-dimensional imaging. The method uses two types of optical low-pass filter, diffuser and defocus. The effectiveness of the method was confirmed in an experiment. We describe a way to design these filters with moire’s residual energy and video signal energy as indices and demonstrate the validity of the model, which combines two filters to reduce moire fringes.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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