Computer, Intelligence and Media Technology
[Master's Program] Computer Science and Intelligent Systems
[Doctoral Program] Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Doctorate (Engineering) Field of Degree: Applied Physics (Osaka University) March 1994
My Areas of Research
Developing digital spectral holography using light interference phenomena
Light is familiar to us in our daily life. It plays an important role in conveying information about the three-dimensional position and color of objects. My laboratory has developed a new computational imaging technology called digital spectral holography. This technology uses light interference phenomena (phenomena in which light is either constructive or destructive when two light waves overlap) to reproduce the 3D position and color on a computer simultaneously from the interference fringe patterns, and we are continuing our research to develop it for practical use.