Abstract

Shallow depth of field is one of the major limitations for integral imaging display. Although there is a series of factors that causes this problem, among them, facet braiding is the major factor. Here, an analysis method of the depth of field based on facet braiding is presented. Simulation and optical experiments are performed to verify the feasibility of the proposed analysis method.

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