Abstract

We produced an adaptive lens array composed of multiple flat lens arrays arranged in a curved shape with an adjustable radius of curvature, in order to overcome the hardware problem of the conventional flat or curved lens array-based systems. The manufactured adaptive lens array is applied to an integral imaging system. The gap mismatch that occurs when using a curved lens array is resolved by computing the exact display mapping position of element images through each lens. The results of the experiment demonstrate that the adaptive lens array-based integral imaging system successfully generated elemental images according to the curvature transformation of the adaptive lens array, and they were reconstructed as 3D images.

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