Abstract

One of the common approaches to achieving vertical parallax for the horizontal-parallax-only light-field display is to introduce the viewer-tracking method. A panoramic camera is assembled in a 360 deg scanning light-field display system for the full-parallax demand in this study, wherein the image generation algorithm is improved to be sensitive to multiple viewer positions, and the tracking and rendering are processed in real time. The horizontal-parallax-only light-field display using a panoramic camera is determined to be able to achieve smooth and consecutive full-parallax performance for multiple viewers in a 360 deg range.

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