Abstract

Holographic displays are ideal imaging technologies because they allow objects to be reconstructed three-dimensionally to any desired distance without an accommodation convergence conflict. Therefore, unlike traditional two-dimensional displays, measurement of the image quality of a holographic display is based on an image reconstructed in three-dimensional space. In this paper, we propose a 3D MTF measurement method as a quantitative evaluation method for the image quality of holographic displays. We show the experimental result of our tabletop holographic display by exploiting the proposed method.

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