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Open Access Optical realization for the computer-generated cylindrical hologram

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A novel optical realization method for the computer-generated cylindrical hologram by using the high-speed display device and the spinning screen is proposed. The sub-holograms are sampled for each determined viewpoints along the horizontal direction by a given angular step after the entire computer-generated cylindrical hologram is generated. In the experiment, the laser beam reflects on the high-speed digital micromirror device and reaches on the rotating screen during the digital micromirror device displays subholograms according to the generated consistency. The threedimensional holographic images are reconstructed on a rotating screen and they are tailored with each other along horizontal direction while rotating screen is synchronized with digital micromirror device. Finally, horizontally assembled entire 3D image is reconstructed in 360-degree viewing zone with perfect human depth cues that observers can see the displayed 3D image from anywhere around the display.

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Publication date: 14 February 2016

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