In digital holography we often capture optically a 3D scene and reconstruct the perspectives numerically. The reconstructions are routinely in the form of a 2D image slice, an extended focus image, or a depth map froma single perspective. These are fundamentally 2D (or at most 2.5D) representations and for some scenes are not certain to give the human viewer a clear perception of the 3D features encoded in the hologram (occlusions are not overcome, for example). As an intermediate measure towards a full-field optoelectronic display device, we propose to digitally process the holograms to allow them to be displayed on conventional autostereoscopic displays. Â© 2009 SPIE.