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Fourier hologram synthesis from two photographic images captured at different focal planes

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We propose a hologram synthesis method from two photographic images captured under sunlight illumination. Orthographic images are extracted using the light field moment imaging technique from two photos which have slightly different focus planes. The hologram is then calculated from the orthographic images by integrating each orthographic projection image to one point on the hologram. The experiment verified the feasibility of the method.

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