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Issue No.05 - May (2011 vol.17)
pp: 642-654
Vikas Ramachandra , Qualcomm Inc., San Diego
Keigo Hirakawa , University of Dayton, Dayton
Matthias Zwicker , University of California San Diego, La Jolla
Truong Nguyen , University of California San Diego, La Jolla
ABSTRACT
In this paper, we analyze the reproduction of light fields on multiview 3D displays. A three-way interaction between the input light field signal (which is often aliased), the joint spatioangular sampling grids of multiview 3D displays, and the interview light leakage in modern multiview 3D displays is characterized in the joint spatioangular frequency domain. Reconstruction of light fields by all physical 3D displays is prone to light leakage, which means that the reconstruction low-pass filter implemented by the display is too broad in the angular domain. As a result, 3D displays excessively attenuate angular frequencies. Our analysis shows that this reduces sharpness of the images shown in the 3D displays. In this paper, stereoscopic image recovery is recast as a problem of joint spatioangular signal reconstruction. The combination of the 3D display point spread function and human visual system provides the narrow-band low-pass filter which removes spectral replicas in the reconstructed light field on the multiview display. The nonideality of this filter is corrected with the proposed prefiltering. The proposed light field reconstruction method performs light field antialiasing as well as angular sharpening to compensate for the nonideal response of the 3D display. The union of cosets approach which has been used earlier by others is employed here to model the nonrectangular spatioangular sampling grids on a multiview display in a generic fashion. We confirm the effectiveness of our approach in simulation and in physical hardware, and demonstrate improvement over existing techniques.
INDEX TERMS
Light field, 3D, autostereoscopic display, lenticular, parallax barrier, sampling, aliasing, crosstalk, sharpening.
CITATION
Vikas Ramachandra, Keigo Hirakawa, Matthias Zwicker, Truong Nguyen, "Spatioangular Prefiltering for Multiview 3D Displays", IEEE Transactions on Visualization & Computer Graphics, vol.17, no. 5, pp. 642-654, May 2011, doi:10.1109/TVCG.2010.86
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