Abstract

Previous research [Appl. Opt. 52, A290 (2013) [CrossRef]  ] has revealed that Fourier analysis of three-dimensional affine transformation theory can be used to improve the computation speed of the traditional polygon-based method. In this paper, we continue our research and propose an improved full analytical polygon-based method developed upon this theory. Vertex vectors of primitive and arbitrary triangles and the pseudo-inverse matrix were used to obtain an affine transformation matrix representing the spatial relationship between the two triangles. With this relationship and the primitive spectrum, we analytically obtained the spectrum of the arbitrary triangle. This algorithm discards low-level angular dependent computations. In order to add diffusive reflection to each arbitrary surface, we also propose a whole matrix computation approach that takes advantage of the affine transformation matrix and uses matrix multiplication to calculate shifting parameters of similar sub-polygons. The proposed method improves hologram computation speed for the conventional full analytical approach. Optical experimental results are demonstrated which prove that the proposed method can effectively reconstruct three-dimensional scenes.

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