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Researchers develop projection-type holographic 3-D display technology

NICT has developed a new projection-type see-through holographic 3-D display technology combining an optical screen of a digitally designed holographic optical element (DDHOE) and a digital holographic projection technique. Holographic 3-D image reconstruction was successfully demonstrated via the see-through screen to a target observation area [see Fig. 1].
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