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11 March 2015 Super-fast refresh holographic liquid crystals for holographic 3D display
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Proceedings Volume 9384, Emerging Liquid Crystal Technologies X; 938412 (2015)
Event: SPIE OPTO, 2015, San Francisco, California, United States
Doped liquid crystals, as super-fast refresh holographic media, are very useful in holographic 3D video display because of their extraordinarily high optical nonlinearity arising from laser-induced director axis reorientation. We obtained real-time dynamic holographic display with holographic response time under an order of a microsecond using the super-fast-response liquid crystal films. The hologram formation time and self-erasable time can both reach ~ 1 ms in this film. Holographic video display was realized using them without any cross talk between the holograms. In this paper, the mechanism of real-time hologram recording and self-erasure will be presented based on light-induced liquid crystal molecular reorientation in the films.
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Hongyue Gao, Yingjie Yu, Jicheng Liu, Chao Zeng, Pan Liu, Qiuxiang Yao, and Huadong Zheng "Super-fast refresh holographic liquid crystals for holographic 3D display", Proc. SPIE 9384, Emerging Liquid Crystal Technologies X, 938412 (11 March 2015);


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