Abstract

A holographic three-dimensional display system with a viewing angle of 360°, by using a high-speed digital micromirror device (DMD), has been proposed. The wavefront modulated by the DMD enters a rotating mirror tilted vertically downward. The synchronization of the rotating mirror and holograms displayed on the DMD allows for the reconstruction of a wavefront propagating in all horizontal directions. An optical experiment has been demonstrated in order to verify our proposed system. Binocular vision is realized from anywhere within the horizontal plane. Our display system enables simultaneous observation by multiple viewers at an extremely close range.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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