Exploring the potential of illumination by holographic projection in active 3D Imaging

Ian Underwood*, Konstantinos Bantounos, Tim M. Smeeton

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Active 3-D imaging systems continue to improve in performance and cost, facilitating their use in an ever-increasing range of applications. We describe the ongoing development of a novel direct time-of-flight active 3-D imaging architecture in which the illumination sub-system uses pulsed holographic projection whilst the key solid-state component in the imaging sub-system comprises an array of single photon avalanche diode detectors embedded alongside custom electronics in a custom CMOS application specific integrated circuit. In particular we report the results of a range of experiments that demonstrate the performance, and verify the potential, of holographic illumination in our active 3-D imaging architecture.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 21 Sept 2022
EventEurodisplay 2022: Society For Information Display - Eurodisplay in Stuttgart - University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Duration: 21 Sept 202223 Sept 2022


ConferenceEurodisplay 2022
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