Computer generated fresnel hologram fabrication for true life scene 3D display

Bing-Chu Chen
Zhongshan university, Guangzhou, China
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In this paper we use model-based 3D reconstruction to get the real life 3D scene information through the traditional photos. A novel approach called modified integral imaging is present. The 3D data is encoded to 2D data by the algorithm of integral imaging. The coded 2D information is stored on the holographic plate by matrix holographic lithography. The reconstruction scenes exhibit large depth-of-field and have wide viewing-angle. It’s easy to duplicate the 3D scene using regular equipment. There are many applications such as holographic packaging and 3D logo using this technology.

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