A three-dimensional mobile display based on computergenerated integral imaging technique for the real-world object using the three-dimensional scanning is proposed. The real threedimensional information of the object is acquired by the threedimensional scanning; then, the specification
of the lens array is inputted by the user, and the acquired and inputted information are organized for the future processing. According to the acquired information, the virtual three-dimensional model for the object is generated, and the virtual space including a virtual model, a lens array,
and imaging plane is configured. After the elemental image array is generated from the virtual model, the orthographic-view image and depth-slices are reconstructed and displayed on the mobile display according to the user interaction. The data organizing and image rendering processes are
proceeded through the cloud computing due to the limited performance of the mobile device. The theory is approved experimentally, and the experimental results confirm that the proposed method can be an efficient way to display the three-dimensional visualization of the real-world object on
the mobile display.
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Computer-generated integral imaging;
Integral imaging display;
Mobile 3D display
Document Type: Research Article
January 28, 2018
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