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Opt Lett. 2007 Feb 15;32(4):364-6.

Wave optical analysis of integral method for three-dimensional images.

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NHK Science & Technical Research Laboratories, Tokyo, Japan.


We analyze by wave optics an integral method that produces three-dimensional (3D) images. The point light source is given at the pickup stage, and the light wave passing through each elemental lens is obtained at the display stage. The amplitude distributions of the waves from each elemental image are the same around a specific point where a 3D image is formed. Since the light waves approaching the image plane from different elemental lenses are incoherent, the synthesized value is the sum of the squared amplitudes of the waves. Therefore the modulation transfer function of this integral method is given by that of a single elemental lens.

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