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Time-multiplexed light field synthesis via factored Wigner distribution function

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Abstract

An optimization algorithm for preparing display-ready holographic elements (hogels) to synthesize a light field is outlined, and proof of concept is experimentally demonstrated. This method allows for higher-rank factorization, which can be used for time-multiplexing multiple frames for improved image quality, using phase-only and fully complex modulation with a single spatial light modulator.

© 2018 Optical Society of America

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