The Real 3D – Digital holography for 3D and 4D real-world objects’ capture, processing, and display project is a research project funded under the Information and Communication Technologies theme of the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme, and brings together nine participants from academia and industry.
The aim of the project was to develop methods for recording, processing, encoding and reconstruction of digital holograms to enable efficient numerical and optoelectronic reconstruction of images of three-dimensional objects (360 °) for the purpose of multimedia techniques.
More detailed introduction to digital holography and overview of the Real 3D project are available at:
- 3-D capture, processing, display, and perception with digital holography: results from a European-funded project, presentation given by T.J. Naughton in Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging, Tokyo, Japan, 2011 [PDF]
- Digital holographic video, presentation given by M. Kujawinska in 3D Stereo Media, Liege, Belgium, 2010[PDF]
- Real 3D- Digital holography for 3D and 4D real-world objects’ capture, processing, and display: Summary of progress from Year 1, presentation given by Thomas J. Naughton in 3rd EOS Topical Meeting on Optical Microsystems, Capri, Italy, 2009 [PDF]