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Practical Method for Computer-generated Hologram of Real-existing Scene with Large Viewing Angle

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Abstract

First, The 3D information and texture of scene is captured with a 3D scanner moved on a track. Then the partial computer-generated hologram (CGH) corresponding to every viewing point of 3D camera is calculated.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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