Three-dimensional Display with Data Manipulation based on Digital Holography
In recent years, the two-dimensional display system has been enthusiatically developed to create HDTV or more. A three-dimensional (3-D) display system is still difficult for commerical products due to the large amount of data that must be handled or reconstructed 3-D information. Holography is one of the best solutions for 3-D display. For 3-D display application, digital holography is an available technique to develop holographic 3-D display systems as digital information [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15].
In digital holograhy, an intensity distribution recorded directly by an imaging device consists of an object intensity pattern, a reference intensity pattern and an interference pattern that includes complex amplitude of a 3-D object. The recorded intensity distribution is called a digital hologram. Digital holography has been applied in many fields such as measurement, 3-D display and information processing. Digital format of recorded data can be...
KeywordsInterference Pattern Complex Amplitude Phase Sign Display System Spatial Light Modulator
The author would like to thank Mr. K. Hosoi, Mr. T. Handa, and Mr. T. Nakamura for their calculations and experiments. The author also would like to thank Konica Imaging Science Foundation and Hyogo Science and Technology Association for supporting a part of this work.
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