Abstract

A video-rate optical holographic display is achieved by using an azo-dye-doped liquid crystal as the passive, updatable recording material. The response time of this material is measured in the order of several to tens of milliseconds, depending on recording beam intensities, polarization directions, and polarization states. A holographic video at a refresh rate of 25 Hz, sourced from a spatial light modulator, is demonstrated in the experiments.

© 2013 IEEE

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