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Fabrication of Computer Generated Holograms Constituted from Sub-Micrometer Pixel for Wide Viewing Angle Using Laser Lithography

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Abstract

CGH was made using a laser lithography system to display true 3D reconstruction images. In order to give a large viewing angle, CGH of the giga-pixel pattern constituted from a pixel of submicron size was fabricated.

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