By tooling a spot-illuminated surface to control the flow of specular glints under motion, one can produce holographic view-dependent imagery. This paper develops the differential equations that govern the shape of the specular surfaces, and illustrates how solutions can be constructed for different kinds of motion, lighting, host surface geometries, and fabrication constraints, leading to some unconventional forms of holography.
© 2011 Optical Society of America
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