Holographic Printing of White-Light Viewable Holograms and Stereograms

  title={Holographic Printing of White-Light Viewable Holograms and Stereograms},
  author={Hoonjong Kang and Elena Stoykova and Jiyung Park and Sunghee Hong and Youngmin Kim},
Denis Gabor [1] invented the holographic method to improve the resolution of an electron microscope in 1948. Following the invention of the coherent light sources a decade later, the holographic techniques proved their unique potential in many fields as three-dimensional (3D) display technology [2], optical metrology [3], medicine [4], commerce etc. Among them, fullcolor and full parallax high resolution holographic printing as a technique for recording of 3D objects and scenes which are… 

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