Implementation of a Spatially Multiplexed Pixelated Three-dimensional Display by Use of a Holographic Optical Element Array
A pixelated holographic stereogram is proposed and experimentally studied for the emulation of a spatially multiplexed composite three-dimensional (3-D) pixel display. With this approach, pixelated holograms are utilized to compose spatially multiplexed images. Each composite pixel in the holographic optical element array has a diffraction pattern that scatters light into predefined spatial directions. Under reconstruction, each pixel generates different intensities along a range of viewing angles. When the composite holographic pixel array is assembled, it has the capability to deliver 3-D effects. The technique, together with a novel recording scheme that is designed to synthesize a computerized 3-D display system based on this concept, is described in some detail.
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Chen, Shih-Tun and Chatterjee, Monish Ranjan, "Implementation of a Spatially Multiplexed Pixelated Three-dimensional Display by Use of a Holographic Optical Element Array" (1998). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Publications. 304.