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360-degree Three-dimensional Image Generation by Table Screen Holographic Display

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A table screen 360-degree holographic display is proposed. A screen size is increased and a reduced and localized viewing zone is scanned circularly around the table screen. The reconstruction of 360-degree three-dimensional images was achieved.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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