Abstract

Lippmann’s method of integral photography is used to form a permanent record of three-dimensional subject information generated by means of a computer. The computer generates the information contour-by-contour. These contours are then visually displayed and sequentially recorded by multiple exposure of a photographic plate behind a fly’s-eye lens. Illumination of an integral photograph normally leads to a three-dimensional image which is pseudoscopic and a second recording is required to obtain the orthoscopic image. The present method of sequentially recording contours allows formation of an orthoscopic image from a single recording process.

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