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Appl Opt. 1988 Nov 1;27(21):4520-8. doi: 10.1364/AO.27.004520.

Three-dimensional imaging systems: a new development.


An optical system which produces 3-D images exhibiting continuous parallax with no flipping or cardboarding is described. Both integral and lenticular images can be recorded on photographic film without recourse to a specialized environment. Standard photographic processing and enlarging techniques are used to obtain hard copy. Measurements on commercially available retrodirective screens and a new retroscreen arrangement show that the new screen developed gives significant advantages. A retrodirective and a transmission version of the system have been constructed.

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