Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display / Edition 1

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Overview

Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display describes recent developments, as well as the prospects and challenges facing 3D imaging, visualization, and display systems and devices. With the rapid advances in electronics, hardware, and software, 3D imaging techniques can now be implemented with commercially available components and can be used for many applications. This volume discusses the state-of-the-art in 3D display and visualization technologies, including binocular, multiview, holographic, and image reproduction and capture techniques. It also covers 3D optical systems, 3D display instruments, 3D imaging applications, and details several attractive methods for producing 3D moving pictures. This book integrates the background material with new advances and applications in the field, and the available online supplement will include full color videos of 3D display systems.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780387793344
  • Publisher: Springer New York
  • Publication date: 10/24/2008
  • Edition description: 2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 531
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I 3-D Image Display and Generation Techniques Based on I.P

1 Three-Dimensional Integral Television Using High-Resolution Video System with 2000 Scanning Lines Fumio Okano Jun Arai Kohji Mitani Makoto Okui 3

2 High Depth-of-Focus Integral Imaging with Asymmetric Phase Masks Albertina Castro Yann Frauel Bahram Javidi 25

3 Integral Imaging Using Multiple Display Devices Sung-Wook Min Yunhee Kim Byoungho Lee Bahram Javidi 41

4 3-D to 2-D Convertible Displays Using Liquid Crystal Devices Byoungho Lee Heejin Choi Seong-Woo Cho 55

5 Effect of Pickup Position Uncertainty in Three-Dimensional Computational Integral Imaging Mehdi Danesh Panah Behnoosh Tavakoli Bahram Javidi Edward A. Watson 79

6 3-D Image Reconstruction with Elemental Images Printed on Paper Daesuk Kim Bahram Javidi 99

Part II Multiview Image Acquisition, Processing and Display

7 Viewing Zones of IP and Other Multi-view Image Methods Jung-Young Son 109

8 Rich Media Services for T-DMB: 3D Video and 3-D Data Applications BongHo Lee Kugjin Yun Hyun Lee Sukhee Cho Namho Hur Jinwoong Kim Christoph Fehn Peter Kauff 131

9 Depth Map Generation for 3-D TV: Importance of Edge and Boundary Information Wa James Tam Filippo Speranza Liang Zhang 153

10 Large Stereoscopic LED Display by Use of a Parallax Barrier Hirotsugu Yamamoto Yoshio Hayasaki Nobuo Nishida 183

11 Synthesizing 3-D Images with Voxels Min-Chul Park Sang Ju Park Vladmir V. Saveljev Shin Hwan Kim 207

12 Multi-view Image Acquisition and Display Sung Kyu Kim Chaewook Lee Kyung Tae Kim 227

13 3-D Video Processing for 3-D TV Kwanghoon Sohn Hansung Kim Yongtae Kim 251

Part III 3-D Image Acquisition, Processing and Display Based on DigitalHolography

14 Imaging 3-D Objects by Extending the Depth of Focus in Digital Holography Pietro Ferraro Simonetta Grilli Giuseppe Coppola Sergio De Nicola 281

15 Extraction of Three-dimensional Information from Reconstructions of In-Line Digital Holograms Conor P. McElhinney Bryan M. Hennelly Bahram Javidi Thomas J. Naughton 303

16 Polarimetric Imaging of 3-D Object by Use of Wavefront-Splitting Phase-Shifting Digital Holography Takanori Nomura Bahram Javidi 333

17 Three-dimensional Display with Data Manipulation based on Digital Holography Osamu Matoba 345

Part IV Other 3-D Image Acquisition and Display Techniques, and Human Factors

18 A 3-D Display System Using Motion Parallax Hiroshi Ono Sumio Yano 363

19 Dynamic Three-Dimensional Human Model Y. Iwadate 373

20 Electronic Holography for Real Objects Using Integral Photography Tomoyuki Mishina Jun Arai Makoto Okui Fumio Okano 389

21 Working Towards Developing Human Harmonic Stereoscopic Systems Masaki Emoto Hirokazu Yamanoue 417

22 Development of Time-Multiplexed Autostereoscopic Display Based on LCD Panel Dae-Sik Kim Sergey Shestak Kyung-Hoon Cha Jae-Phil Koo Seon-Deok Hwang 467

23 3-D Nano Object Recognition by Use of Phase Sensitive Scatterometry Daesuk Kim Byung Joon Baek Bahram Javidi 493

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