Abstract

A mobile three-dimensional image acquisition and reconstruction system using a computer-generated integral imaging technique is proposed. A depth camera connected to the mobile device acquires the color and depth data of a real object simultaneously, and an elemental image array is generated based on the original three-dimensional information for the object, with lens array specifications input into the mobile device. The three-dimensional visualization of the real object is reconstructed on the mobile display through optical or digital reconstruction methods. The proposed system is implemented successfully and the experimental results certify that the system is an effective and interesting method of displaying real three-dimensional content on a mobile device.

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Supplementary Material (9)

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» Visualization 1       Optically reconstructed 3D images from corresponding EIAs: object 1.
» Visualization 2       Optically reconstructed 3D images from corresponding EIAs: object 2.
» Visualization 3       Optically reconstructed 3D images from corresponding EIAs: object 3.
» Visualization 4       User interaction-based orthographic-view images: object 1.
» Visualization 5       User interaction-based orthographic-view images: object 2.
» Visualization 6       User interaction-based orthographic-view images: object 3.
» Visualization 7       Reconstructed depth slices on the mobile display: object 1.
» Visualization 8       Reconstructed depth slices on the mobile display: object 2.
» Visualization 9       Reconstructed depth slices on the mobile display: object 3.

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