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Three-dimensional display with digitally generated tomographic images and a lenticular lens array

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A three-dimensional display combining digitally generated tomograhic images with a lenticular-lens-array is demonstrated. Angular spectrum analysis method is used to analyze the parallax images. Experiment results show the 3D display with the smooth parallax.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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