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3D Holographic

Projection Technology

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Contents

What is Holography

Why Holography

How Holograms work

Recording of hologram

Reconstruction
hologram

Types of Holograms

Advances in technology

Applications
scope

Conclusion

of

&

Future

What is holography
Holographyis

a technique that allows


thelight scattered from an object to be
recorded and later reconstructed.
Preserve the 3-D information of a holographed
subject.

Why
holograph
ic display

high
resolution
three
dimensional recording of an
object

Glasses
No

free 3D display

need for projection screen

Life

like images

Interactive

display

How
hologram
s work

Hence the working


of
holography
is
divided
into
two
phases:
Recording
Reconstruction

Recording
of
hologram

Basic

tools required to
make
a
hologram
includes a red lasers,
lenses, beam splitter,
mirrors and holographic
film

Holograms

are recorded
in darker environment

Laser : Red lasers, usually helium-neon (HeNe) lasers,


are common in holography. These are coherent light
source.
Beam splitter: This is a device that uses mirrors and
prisms to split laser beam of light into two beams.
Object beam (directed onto the object) and
Reference beam (travels directly onto the recording
medium)

Mirrors: These direct the beams of light to the


correct locations
Holographic film: Holographic film can record light
at a very high resolution, which is necessary for
creating a hologram. It's a layer of light-sensitive
compounds

on

transparent

photographic
Eg: Silver Halide Emulsion

film.

surface,

like

Recording a
hologram

Reconstructio
n of hologram
The

photographic plate
is illuminated with
original light source
used for reconstructing
holograms.

Reconstructing a hologram

Types of
Hologram
s

A. Reflex

Hologram

Illuminated

by a spot of
white incandescent light
source.

The

image consists of
light reflected by the
hologram

Produces

multicolour
holograms, makes images
optically indistinguishable
from the original objects

B.Transmission Hologram
Viewed with laser light,
usually of the same type used
to make the recording
Need light source behind
them
Virtual image can be very
sharp and deep
C.Computer-Generated
Holograms
No need for a real object
Interference pattern is
calculated digitally

in
technolog
y

Touchable

holograms
Horizontal
360
view of a image
on table top
User interfacing
integrated
displays

Applications
& Future
scope

Educational

applications

Improved

virtual Reality
and augmented reality

In

future all displays like


televisions, mobile phone
displays,
projector
displays will be replaced
by holographic displays

Conclusio
n
Holographic

Technology
and
Spectral Imagining has
endless
applications,
as far as the human
mind can imagine

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