Holographic imaging of lines : a texture based approach

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RITTER, Alf, Oliver DEUSSEN, Hubert WAGENER, Thomas STROTHOTTE, 1997. Holographic imaging of lines : a texture based approach. Proceedings. 1997 IEEE Conference on Information Visualization (Cat. No.97TB100165). London, UK. In: Proceedings. 1997 IEEE Conference on Information Visualization (Cat. No.97TB100165). IEEE Comput. Soc, pp. 272-278. ISBN 0-8186-8076-8. Available under: doi: 10.1109/IV.1997.626530

@inproceedings{Ritter1997Holog-6300, title={Holographic imaging of lines : a texture based approach}, year={1997}, doi={10.1109/IV.1997.626530}, isbn={0-8186-8076-8}, publisher={IEEE Comput. Soc}, booktitle={Proceedings. 1997 IEEE Conference on Information Visualization (Cat. No.97TB100165)}, pages={272--278}, author={Ritter, Alf and Deussen, Oliver and Wagener, Hubert and Strothotte, Thomas} }

Deussen, Oliver 1997 Deussen, Oliver Strothotte, Thomas application/pdf Ritter, Alf 2011-03-24T16:11:15Z Holographic imaging of lines : a texture based approach eng First publ. in: Proceedings / IEEE Conference on Information Visualisation, August 1997, pp. 272-278 Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic 2011-03-24T16:11:15Z Holography is a method for three-dimensional imaging of objects. In this paper we present an approach for the generation of holograms, exploiting standard graphics rendering methods and hardware. We focus on the visualization of objects composed of line segments, which allow for certain simplifications, and thus hologram generation speed-up.<br />Our method is based on the derivation of a holographic geometric equivalent of the object to be imaged. In this equivalent, the object is represented as a set of geometric primitives combined with precomputed textures. The equivalent is built up under prescribed conditions, thus simulating certain wave characteristics. The hologram of the object to be imaged is gained just by rendering its holographic geometric equivalent. Problems of achieving the necessary resolution of the output hologram are addressed. Wagener, Hubert Wagener, Hubert Ritter, Alf Strothotte, Thomas

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