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Real-Time Integral Imaging Display Using an Adaptive Lens Array

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Abstract

Integral imaging display using an adaptive lens array which provides with the flat and curved lens array-based systems is proposed. GPU parallel processing is applied for the real-time display. By the experiment, adaptive lens array-based novel real-time integral imaging display has been demonstrated.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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