The new approach to the analysis of visual perception in holographic displays is presented. Instead of traditional examinations of depth cues the information given by a display and its delivery to an observer is considered in relation to display parameters and reconstruction and observation distances. The presented method allows for analyses of mono- and binocular viewing conditions in specified display setups as well as estimation of the observer’s freedom of movement. The analyses are based on a Wigner distribution of holographic signals provided by a single and a set of spatial light modulators (SLMs) in a circular configuration.
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