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Exhibition

Three-dimensional Television

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Integral Three-dimensional Television

Working towards a high-quality 3D TV

Outline

We are continuing our research to make Integral 3D Television* a part of our future broadcast offerings. This exhibit shows how we use multiple cameras and display devices to increase the number of pixels in order to achieve better 3D imagery.

Features

●Integral 3D capturing equipment using multiple cameras

To improve 3D imagery, we have developed integral 3D capturing equipment using multiple cameras. We have increased both the number of cameras and the number of micro-lenses in the lens array to capture integral 3D imagery consisting of approximately 100,000 pixels.

●Integral 3D display using multiple display devices

To achieve high-quality integral 3D imagery, we are researching a technique to increase the number of pixels using multiple display devices. We are incorporating better high-definition display devices to reconstruct integral 3D imagery consisting of approximately 100,000 pixels.

Future plans

We will build on this technology to improve our capturing and display equipment and achieve even better 3D images.

* Integral 3D television reconstructs 3D images by using micro-lens arrays for both capture and display.

Basic principles of holographic 3D images by using spatial light modulators
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