Circularly configured multi-SLM holographic display system
Proceedings of the 2011 3DTV Conference: The True Vision - Capture, Transmission and Display of 3D Video
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The designed circular holographic display system produces ghost-like 3D optical reconstructions of a computer generated 3D model. System uses six phase-only reflective-type spatial light modulators (SLMs) that are configured circularly. Alignment of the SLMs are successful and gap problem is solved by using half-mirrors. The total number of pixels of the resultant display is 11520 1080. Reconstructions show that increase in the viewing angle is significant compared to the single SLM case. With the help of the proposed system, observer can see the reconstructions binocularly. As a result, comfortable 3D perception is achieved. In order to avoid eye-hazard, LED illumination is also used as an alternative light source. Experimental results are satisfactory. Proposed system can be used as a holographic display system.
KeywordsComputer generated holography
Spatial light modulators
Light emitting diodes
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/3DTV.2011.5877213
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