While the MIT Media Laboratory has explored holographic video displays for over 15 years, recent work has added a new design requirement—that of making a display suitable for consumer use. Such a display must be at least standard television resolution, quiet, reliable, compact, manufacturable for at most a few hundred dollars, and capable of being driven by the graphics hardware of a PC or game console. We discuss our new display architecture, and its novel electro-optical and software aspects.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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