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Three-dimensional display based on angular multiplexing of computer-generated holograms

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A three-dimensional display technique based on angular multiplexing of computer generated holograms in a volume holographic polymer is proposed and demonstrated. Both the spatial-bandwidth product and the viewing angle could be enlarged.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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