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Opt Lett. 2008 Feb 1;33(3):279-81.

Depth-control method for integral imaging.

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Science and Technical Research Laboratories, NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), Tokyo, Japan.


We present a method for controlling the depth of three-dimensional (3D) images reconstructed by integral photography. Incoherent light is reflected from 3D objects, propagates through a lens array, and is captured as the first elemental images by a capturing device. The second elemental images of the 3D images are generated by numerical processing from the first elemental images in accordance with the desired depth. The optical reconstruction of 3D images at the desired depth by the second elemental images is confirmed experimentally.

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