Abstract

Uniform angular resolution integral imaging display is proposed. Conventionally, inefficient bias of the perspectives around boundaries is disregarded and it is impossible to display the field of view over full spatial resolution. However, the proposed display has four boundary folding mirrors and these mirrors fold the view volumes correctly to form uniform angular resolution within them. The distribution of perspectives and field of view in the proposed system are analyzed and the removal of this boundary effect is confirmed experimentally.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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