Interactive Holographic Pyramid Using Two-Layer Integral Photography

  title={Interactive Holographic Pyramid Using Two-Layer Integral Photography},
  author={Toshiaki Yamanouchi and Shohei Anraku and Nahomi Maki and Kazuhisa Yanaka},
  journal={Proceedings of the 4th World Congress on Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems and Science},
We propose a new 3D holographic pyramid system that can represent a wide range of depth by using two integral photography (IP) displays, each of which consists of a liquid crystal display and a fly’s eye lens. The IP displays are placed on the top and bottom of the pyramid, respectively. We also introduce interactivity in which the displayed object moves by detecting movement of a user’s hand by using Leap Motion to enhance the stereoscopic effect. 

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