1 October 2002 Color electro-holographic display using a single white light source and a focal adjustment method
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Optical Engineering, 41(10), (2002). doi:10.1117/1.1504460
Abstract
A new method for achieving a color electroholographic display has been developed and tested with promising results. In this method, holographic techniques that use a single white light source instead of the traditional three color lasers are employed. A metal halide lamp is used with each of the three color components required for reconstruction, which are extracted using cold mirrors. The separated color images are formed on three liquid-crystal display panels and are combined by a prism to form a single 3-D image. Image position is controlled by a focal adjustment method. Compared with the usual reconstruction methods that use three-color lasers, this new single-white-light approach appears to have improved color clarity.
Kunihiko Takano, Koki Sato, "Color electro-holographic display using a single white light source and a focal adjustment method," Optical Engineering 41(10), (1 October 2002). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1504460
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3D image reconstruction

LCDs

Holograms

Lamps

Metals

3D image processing

Holography

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