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Three-dimensional integral image reconstruction based on viewpoint interpolation

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  • O. Abdul Fatah
  • Peter M. P. Lanigan
  • A. Aggoun
  • M.r. Swash
  • E. Alazawi
  • B. Li
  • J. C. Fernandez
  • D. Chen
  • E. Tsekleves


This paper presents new algorithm for improving the visual definition quality of real integral images computationally throughimage reconstructing. The proposed algorithm takes advantage of true 3D “Integral imaging”. A real world scene is recorded based on the fly's eye technique, which is simulated by an array of microlenses‥ The proposed method works on orthographic viewpoint images, where shift-and-integration of the neighboring viewpoints are used with quadratic interpolation to increase the visual quality on the final image. This process returns a standard photographic image with enhanced image quality. Detailed experiments have been conducted to demonstrate the effectiveness of proposed method and results are offered.