Dynamic Field of View in a Tomographic Light Field Display

@article{Ginsberg2019DynamicFO,
  title={Dynamic Field of View in a Tomographic Light Field Display},
  author={Jason B. Ginsberg and Neil Movva},
  journal={SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal},
  year={2019}
}
In this paper, we extend the field of view (FoV) of a glasses-free multilayer light field display, which we have assembled. By integrating a camera into the rendering and display pipeline, we constrain our light field display to a narrow FoV at the center of the display. As the viewing cone follows the viewer’s gaze, we optimize our iterative tomographic reconstruction to be utilized more efficiently and extend the apparent FoV from 10° to 100°. Finally, we demonstrate the realtime generation… 

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