Abstract

A projection-type integral imaging system with an embossed screen is proposed to realize a wide viewing angle for the reconstructed image. The embossed screen is designed for virtual integral imaging in a projection-type system. It can enhance the viewing angle by increasing the effective region for each elemental image. The experimental result that verifies the merit of the proposed method is presented.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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