Abstract

A novel method for a full-parallax three-dimensional (3D) holographic display by means of a lens array and a holographic functional screen is proposed. The process of acquisition, coding, restoration, and display is described in detail. It provides an efficient way to transfer the two-dimensional redundant information for human vision to the identifiable 3D display for human eyes. A holo-video system based on a commercial 4 K flat-panel displayer is demonstrated as the result.

© 2015 Chinese Laser Press

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