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1 March 2013 A real-space interactive holographic display based on a large-aperture HOE
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We have built a HOE-based display capable of reconstructing arbitrary images, in mid-air at fixed focal depths, that can interact with the viewer in real-time. The display system comprises the HOE, a laser projection subsystem, a Kinect motion sensor and an embedded controller. The HOE functions as a fast converging lens and is A4 page sized (20×30cm). We have written a number of simple apps for the display that allow the user to draw in mid-air or to touch icons and buttons that trigger other actions. The reconstructed holographic images are high-resolution, relatively bright and visible under ambient indoor lighting conditions.
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Javid Khan, Chi Can, Alan Greenaway, and Ian Underwood "A real-space interactive holographic display based on a large-aperture HOE", Proc. SPIE 8644, Practical Holography XXVII: Materials and Applications, 86440M (1 March 2013); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2021633
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