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Three-dimensional display of human fetus image by holographic stereogram
Author(s): Koki Sato; Iwaki Akiyama; Takao Ishizuka; Makoto Odani; Koichi Itoh; Jun Ishikawa
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Paper Abstract

Three-dimensional image display technique is becoming very important in the field of diagnosis of human fetus by ultrasound B-mode image. We apply the technique of holographic stereogram (HS) to the ultrasound B-mode human fetus images and display a 3-D image which is the real stereoscopic image. In this case each sectional diagram of the human body is measured by the ultrasound B-mode method and the human fetus image is extracted and then a 3-D surface image is reconstructed with the digital image processing. Then the 3-D image is projected to a plane and films which are composed of the various viewpoints are taken. Next, HS is constructed using these films. Then we make clear the condition of making HS. The rainbow hologram is made using the HS as the master hologram and we consider the characteristics of the reconstructed image. Also, the special image reconstructing lamp house is developed for medical application, and we discuss the possibility of this method for the medical diagnosis.

Paper Details

Date Published: 2 March 1993
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 1732, Holographics International '92, (2 March 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.140422
Show Author Affiliations
Koki Sato, Shonan Institute of Technology (Japan)
Iwaki Akiyama, Shonan Institute of Technology (Japan)
Takao Ishizuka, Shonan Institute of Technology (Japan)
Makoto Odani, Shonan Institute of Technology (Japan)
Koichi Itoh, Jichi Medical School (Japan)
Jun Ishikawa, Ishikawa Optics and Arts Institute (Japan)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1732:
Holographics International '92
Yuri N. Denisyuk; Frank Wyrowski, Editor(s)

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