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Wavelet Transform on Digital Rainbow Hologram based on Spectral Compression for Quality Enhancement in 3D Display Media

Ucuk Darusalam 1 , Panca Dewi Pamungkasari 2

Affiliations:

  1. Department of Informatics Engineering, Faculty of Information & Communications Technology, Universitas Nasional, Jakarta Selatan 12520, Indonesia
  2. Faculty of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University, 79-7 Tokiwadai, Hodogaya-ku, Yokohama 240-8501, Japan

 

Abstract: Rainbow digital hologram
is  very  potential 3D display media in the next future
generation for electronics device. Rainbow hologram method is one of the method
which can support this development. Since rainbow hologram records a large
ammount of spatial and temporal frequency component from the object that
represents as rainbow spectrum, huge information need to be decoded digitally. In
this paper, we propose a method for compression method applied in rainbow digital
hologram. The compression method is wavelet transform for the recording and
reconstruction process that capable to compress an object and fringe pattern digitally.
The compression is based on major spectral component on the recording process
which are red, green, and blue. This method has benefit among other compression
scheme that offers high resolution of the reconstructed image. From the
simulation,  compression using wavelet in
the recording process can reduce the file size to be stored in computer
significantly where the score is 73.9 %. The quality of reconstructed image does
not degrade siginificant as well where the comparison for compression and
uncompression show identical characteristics.  
Keywords: rainbow digital hologram, wavelet transform, 3D display, image compression
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