We have developed a 360-degree viewable holographic display which is implemented by a reflective image-forming optical system. The proposed system can display holograms at the floated volume space, and the height of the reconstructed hologram image can be determined by the curvature design of the spherical mirrors in the reflective image-forming optical system.

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