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1 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 1 Holographic 3D Display P.-A. Blanche S.TayR. VoorakaranamC. ChristensonP. St HilaireJ. ThomasR. NorwoodN. Peyghambarian P. WangD. FloresW. LinM. YamamotoT. Gu

2 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 2 Motivation Large size auto stereoscopic 3D display is not yet a reality

3 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 3 Current developments (autostereogram) NameHolovideo Mark II 360º Light Field Display Laser plasmaPhotopolymer3D TV InstitutionMITU. of Southern California Jap. Nat. Inst. of Advanced … Zebra imagingPhilips TechniqueAcousto opics crystal Turning mirrorPlasma laserDupont Photopolymer Microlenslet array ProsVideo rate360 ° filed of view No supportRealisticSimple ConsSmallNot scalableDangerous/ Dot per dot StaticNot phase/ resolution Example

4 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 4 Holography 101

5 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 5 Holography 102

6 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 6 Hologram

7 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 7 What is missing ? Technique Processing power: 3 Teraflops for 1,024x1,024 image video rate (PS3 218 Gigaflops -> x15) Material (dynamic)

8 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 8 Our assets Photorefractive polymer material

9 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 9 Photorefractive effect ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ±

10 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 10 Photorefractive polymer PATPD:DBDC:ECZ:C 60 (49.5:30:20:05 wt%) DBDC (Dicyanostyrene-based chromophores)PATPD (charge transport matrix) N ECZ (plasticizer)C 60 (sensitizer)

11 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 11 Samples 1ft x 1ft

12 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 12 Technique (integral holography)

13 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 13 Very first results

14 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 14 Results

15 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 15 Publications Nature 451, 694 (2008)OPN 19, 7/8 (2008)

16 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 16 Press coverage

17 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 17 Science et Vie Junior 09/08 (1.6 M readers)

18 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 18 Future Better resolution (HDTV) Color (multiple holograms, angular multiplexing) Larger (1ftx1ft and beyong) Faster (100Hz pulsed laser) Reflection geometry (white light illumination) Full parallax (square factor)

19 Community speaker September 2008 © copyright, College of Optical Sciences 19 Results


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