This paper describes a novel computer technique for holography developed by the author called Speedograms. Using an existing 2-D animation program, this technique creates depth by moving different graphic elements at varying speeds over the screen. This method has the advantage of popular software and is the basis for development of an automated 2-D/3-D printer for photoresist. This paper also describes innovative applications of integral holography, including the skyline of Cologne. In addition, natural phenomena have also been recorded using multiple photographs from a stationary photo camera with the subjects moving horizontally. This way the continuous flow of water in the Rhine was recorded and a steady wind served as the track for a naturalistic hologram in clouds. The use of LCD video projection onto the holographic surface is shown with both recorded and real-time imagery. Future developments will expand on the projection system, with holograms, computer graphics, and real-time video combining in an approach to interactive multimedia holography.
Doris K. Vila,
"Folding time into space: novel approaches to integral holography", Proc. SPIE 1914, Practical Holography VII: Imaging and Materials, (17 September 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.155026; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155026