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Wide visual field angle holographic display using compact electro-holographic projectors

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Abstract

Electro-holography has the problem of having a narrow visual field angle, because the resolution of a spatial light modulator is insufficient for displaying a fringe pattern. To solve this problem, this paper proposes a projector-type electro-holographic compact display that achieves a wide visual field angle by using the combination of an optical system and calculation algorithms. The results of experiments show that the visual field angle is three times larger than that of a normal electro-holographic display. In addition, it is demonstrated that the system has the ability to display 3D reconstructed images with binocular, full-color, high-resolution, and accurate depth presentation.

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