Abstract

When one illuminates a computer-generated hologram by a plane wave, the obtained two-dimensional image is usually displayed on a planar plane. Other possibilities for reconstructing images on arbitrary curved surfaces are discussed herein. As an example, the reconstruction of an image on a virtual spherical surface is demonstrated.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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