The Generalized Holographic Stereogram

  title={The Generalized Holographic Stereogram},
  author={Michael W. Halle},
A general model for holographic stereograms in the context of discrete and continuous optical systems is presented. Building from a simple, highly constrained model, restrictions on the viewer's horizontal position and depth, the size and location of the plane of the stereogram's slits, the spatial resolution of the points in the imaged object, and the optical properties of the projection screen are relaxed one by one. Emphasis is placed on accurate modeling of the stereogram and on the… CONTINUE READING
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