This paper proposes a new method for three-dimensional dynamic holographic display that combines computer
generated holography (CGH) and holographic stereogram. Theoretically, three-dimensional (3D) dynamic holographic
display can be achieved by using CGH alone, however the application of CGH is still limited because large amounts of
data processing and complex mathematical calculation of off-axis diffracted light field. A new method combining CGH
and stereogram is proposed, since stereogram uses a set of 2D images instead of a 3D object, both the complexity of the
calculation and the resolution requirements of spatial light modulator (SLM) is reduced. To prove the feasibility of this
method, experiments of making hologram using this method is carried out and the result shows that 3D displaying with a
view angle of 28 is achieved.