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Full-circle viewing: 360-degree electronic holographic display

(The Optical Society) A research team from South Korea has developed a novel tabletop display system that allows multiple viewers to simultaneously view a hologram showing a full 3-D image as they walk around the tabletop, giving complete 360-degree access. The paper was published this week in the journal Optics Express, from The Optical Society.
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