10 April 1997 Holographic transmission-type screens for projection of stereoscopic or multiview color images
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Holographic screen is an optical element of special kind with the directed light scattering, so that each pixel of the projected image on the screen sends light only in one observers eye (viewing zone). It is possible to record the holographic screen of two types: the reflection type screen and the transmission type one. In this paper the problem of compensation of high spectral dispersion of the transmission type holographic screen is considered. To overcome this problem the diffuse scatterer in the form of narrow long stripe, stretched in the direction to the reference beam axis, has been used. In order to simplify the recording setup, the large size holographic screen has been recorded with the diverging reference beam, because it is possible in this case to use small size optics. Experimentally the transmission type holographic screens have been recorded on the photoplates `Ilford' and PFG-01 (Russia). The screens have been used to display the stereoscopic and multiview color images from the slide-projector. The screen size was 30 X 40 cm. There is possibility to increase the screen size, if it is represented as mosaic of subscreens, each of them being recorded so, to minimize its aberrations.
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Nickolay N. Evtikhiev, Nickolay N. Evtikhiev, Vladimir I. Bobrinev, Vladimir I. Bobrinev, Nikolai A. Kostrov, Nikolai A. Kostrov, Oleg E. Radominov, Oleg E. Radominov, Serguei A. Shestak, Serguei A. Shestak, Jung-Young Son, Jung-Young Son, } "Holographic transmission-type screens for projection of stereoscopic or multiview color images", Proc. SPIE 3011, Practical Holography XI and Holographic Materials III, (10 April 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.271348; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.271348


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