We present a new method to record and reconstruct a diffracted object wave field in all directions. For this, we
are going to use spherically-arranged holograms instead of a single spherical hologram. Our spherically-arranged
holograms are constructed to store all components of plane waves propagating in all directions. One can use the
well-known efficient FFT-based diffraction formulae such as Fresnel transform and angular spectrum method in
generation and reconstruction of our spherically-arranged holograms. It is possible to synthesize a new hologram
with an arbitrary position and orientation without the geometry of the object. Numerical experiments are
presented to show the effectiveness of our method.