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High-Speed Computer-Generated Holography Using Convolutional Neural Networks

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Abstract

We introduce a computer-generated holography algorithm based on deep learning with unsupervised training. Our method generates high fidelity holograms in a few milliseconds and outperforms alternate methods that require many iterations and longer computation.

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