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Modular subwavelength diffractive light modulator for high-definition holographic displays

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Modular subwavelength diffractive light modulator for high-definition holographic displays
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Modular sub-wavelength diffractive light modulator for high-definition holographic displays
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33
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47
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2012
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English

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Holography is undoubtedly the ultimate 3D visualization technology, offering true 3D experience with all the natural depth cues, without the undesirable side-effects of current stereoscopic systems (uncomfortable glasses, strained eyes, fatiguing experience). Realization of a high-definition holographic display however requires a number of breakthroughs from existing prototypes. One of the main challenges lies in technology scaling, as holography is based on light diffraction and interference – to achieve wide viewing angles, the light-modulating pixels need to be spaced close to or below the wavelength of the used visible light. Furthermore, achieving high 3D image quality, hundreds of millions of such individually programmable pixels are needed.
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