Pixel patterns for voxels in a contact-type three-dimensional imaging system for full-parallax image display.

Abstract

Incomplete voxels, which can be seen only at a part of the viewing zone's cross section in the optical configuration of a full parallax multiview imaging system based on a two-dimensional point light source array, are identified. Their corresponding pixel patterns are found to maximize the space where the voxels can exist in the configuration and to increase the voxel resolution of the displayable three-dimensional images. Furthermore, the pixel patterns for the rhomb-shaped pixel cells are also defined, and some problems related to voxel-based image synthesis are discussed.

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@article{Son2006PixelPF, title={Pixel patterns for voxels in a contact-type three-dimensional imaging system for full-parallax image display.}, author={Jung-Young Son and Vladmir V Saveljev and Bahram Javidi and Dae-Sik Kim and Min-Chul Park}, journal={Applied optics}, year={2006}, volume={45 18}, pages={4325-33} }