Jung-Young Son Korea Institute of Science and Technology (South Korea) Serguei A. Shestak Research and Development Institute of Radiooptics (Russia) (Russia) Seong-Keun Lee Korea Telecom (South Korea) Hyung-Wook Jeon Korea Institute of Science and Technology (South Korea)
A holographic video imaging system with acoustooptic media, operated by a pulsed laser is described. The use of a pulse laser allows to get rid of a rotating polygon or a galvano scanner. For angular multiplexing of AOM, a specially designed combination of an acoustooptic scanner and a stripe mirror set (`still polygon') is used. The loading time of CGH data to AOM is reduced with six small size AOMs mounted in line with minimal gap. The system is capable of producing a horizontal only parallax image which is composed of 256 interlaced holographic lines. Each holographic lines has 36,000 pixels. The image is optically demagnified to the size of 7.4 X 5 cm2 and changed in the rate of 60 Hz field frequency.