A holographic video camera with use of a high-power pulsed laser is developed for recording time-sequential 3-D
images of moving objects by applying one-shot digital holography. Recorded off-axis holograms are transmitted to a
computer where the 0-th order and the conjugate beams are eliminated by fast data processing, and digital output signals
from the computer are transmitted to a holographic LCD display system to reconstruct moving 3-D images. Optical
experiments demonstrate that complex-amplitude holograms are recorded under room lighting, and that moving 3-D
images are reconstructed from the holographic display system in real time.