Improved playback uniformity of random-phase free holograms by pixel separation method
Keywords:holography, diffraction, pixel, display
AbstractRandom-phase free computer-generated holograms offer excellent quality of virtually noise-free playback of low-frequency images, but have limited efficiency in the case of highly contrast binary images with dominant high spatial frequencies. Introduction of weak random phase allows the partial suppression of this problem, but causes strong noise in the outcome. Here we present the influence of pixel separation technique on the uniformity of far field reconstructions from such random-phase free holograms. We show the improved image quality with no additional speckle noise.
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How to Cite
M. Makowski and T. Shimobaba, “Improved playback uniformity of random-phase free holograms by pixel separation method”, Photonics Lett. Pol., vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 82–84, Dec. 2021.