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A 3D television system based on integral photography, which is a spatial imaging method, is described. In our experimental system, Super Hi-Vision, which has a horizontal resolution of 7680 pixels and a vertical resolution of 4320 pixels, is applied to integral photography. A lens array composed of 400 (H) × 259 (V) gradient-index lenses is used for capturing objects to avoid pseudoscopic images. The experimental setup can capture and display full-color, 3D moving images in real time. It was confirmed that the appearance of a 3D image reconstructed by the system changed smoothly in accordance with the position of the observer within a viewing zone angle of 24 degrees.