The advent of commodity computer graphics processing units has made video-rate and ultrafast holographic image rendering possible by streamline processing of optically-acquired interferograms. The software holovibes can perform sustained ultrahigh-throughput digital hologram rendering with real-time visualization. Input interferograms can be grabbed from digital cameras or loaded from files recorded beforehand. Massive amounts of data can be handled robustly, saved to disk, and visualized in real-time without any risk of frame dropping thanks to the use of configurable input and output ring buffers. Calculations are performed onto 64-bit single-precision floating-point complex values.
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