Abstract

Synthetic near-field holograms with large apertures are suitable for three-dimensional display applications. For the computation of near-field hologram structures, algorithms that involve large Fourier transforms are time consuming. A simple method is presented that shortens the generation process.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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