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We present the experimental realization of a head-up-display based on a photopolymer. A phase volume reflection hologram is written in a photopolymer layer and is used as a screen for a signal beam. To write efficient holograms in the polymeric material we used ordinary and modified polymethylmethacrylate matrices containing phenanthrenequinone (PQ). Increasing the PQ concentration gives us an opportunity to realize thinner layers (<100 mum) saving high values of the diffraction efficiency. Decreasing the thickness of the layer allows higher observation angles of the received image and a wider spectral range of the incident light.