Abstract

In this paper, we present a method to implement computational three-dimensional (3D) integral imaging (II). This method is based on Pixels of the Elemental Image Rearrangement Technique (PERT). In our proposed method for computational reconstruction of II, the reconstructed 3D image is obtained by using the entire elemental images which are captured from the lenslet array. Instead of averaging the elemental images, our proposed method rearranges pixels of each elemental image. Therefore, the reconstructed 3D image has the same number of pixels as the entire elemental images' pixels. To verify this computational reconstruction method, we have implemented optical experiments.

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