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360-degree Tabletop Color Holographic Display

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Abstract

Most of previous implementations of electroholographic display cannot fulfill the expectations for floating 3-diemsional image in the air, which is easily viewable by multiple users at the same time and from all directions around the image. We implemented a table-top style electroholographic display for 360 degree around viewing of solid looking, color 3D movies, floating in the air.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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