## Abstract

Lookup table (LUT) and wavefront recording plane (WRP) methods are proposed to accelerate the computation of fully computed hologram stereograms (HSs). In the LUT method, we precalculate large and complete spherical wave phases with varying depths, and each complex amplitude distribution segment of the object point can be obtained quickly by cropping a specific and small part of the precalculated spherical wave phases. Then, each hologram element (hogel) can be calculated by superposing all the related segments. In addition, setting a WRP near the 3D scene can further accelerate computation and reduce storage space. Because the proposed methods only replace the complex calculation using referencing LUT, they are accurate and have no limitation on the size of hogel compared with some methods of paraxial approximation. Simulations and optical experiments verify that the proposed methods can reconstruct quality 3D images with reduced computational load.

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