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Broadcasting technique for holographic 3D moving-picture utilizing network streaming
Author(s): Kunihiko Takano; Koki Sato; Ryoji Wakabayashi; Kenji Muto; Kazuo Shimada
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Paper Abstract

Recently, because the high-speed network system known as broadband internet has become widespread, it is now possible to transmit various forms of mulitmedia data using this system. We found several research reports for the transmitting visual images in the network streaming process. However, there seemed to be few reports on transmission of holographic 3D movies. We present a transmitting process of holographic 3D movies adopting network-streaming techniques and a hologram in which 3D objects were recorded as fringe patterns. When we applied this method, we could achieve excellent transmission of holographic 3D movies. Moreover, we could reconstruct good holographic images using transmitted streaming data. From this result, it seemed possible to develop new transmitting processes of 3D moving data using well-known conventional techniques.

Paper Details

Date Published: 25 October 2004
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 5599, Three-Dimensional TV, Video, and Display III, (25 October 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.571549
Show Author Affiliations
Kunihiko Takano, Tokyo Metropolitan College of Aeronautical Engineering (Japan)
Koki Sato, Shonan Institute of Technology (Japan)
Ryoji Wakabayashi, Tokyo Metropolitan College of Aeronautical Engineering (Japan)
Kenji Muto, Tokyo Metropolitan College of Aeronautical Engineering (Japan)
Kazuo Shimada, Tokyo Metropolitan College of Aeronautical Engineering (Japan)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5599:
Three-Dimensional TV, Video, and Display III
Bahram Javidi; Fumio Okano, Editor(s)

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