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5 September 2014 Three-dimensional display based on volume holographic kinoform in photopolymer
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Holographic three-dimensional (3D) display is a promising technique since it can present a 3D scene with all characteristics of real-world objects. Volume holography provides big data capacity for high resolution 3D display. It has the advantages of good wavelength and angular multiplexing properties over planar holography because of the Bragg condition. 3D display can be realized by recording holographic kinoforms into a volume holographic polymer. The purephase wavefront of a 3D object is generated and uploaded by a phase-only spatial light modulator. The phase-modulated data page is recorded in the volume holographic photopolymer. The 3D object can be reconstructed at a designed distance behind the volume holographic polymer by illuminating with the reference beam. Volume holographic kinoform can realize high-resolution 3D display without any lens or glasses by improving the space-bandwidth product of the display system.
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Zheng Wang, Liangcai Cao, Fanglin Liu, Chengmingyue Li, Hao Zhang, and Guofan Jin "Three-dimensional display based on volume holographic kinoform in photopolymer", Proc. SPIE 9200, Photonic Fiber and Crystal Devices: Advances in Materials and Innovations in Device Applications VIII, 92000N (5 September 2014);

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