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Combining optical holograms with interactive computer graphics

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1 Author(s)
O. Bimber ; Bauhaus Univ., Weimar, Germany

Holograms can reconstruct complete optical wavefronts, capturing images that have a three-dimensional appearance and can be observed from different perspectives. Museum exhibits often use optical hologram technology because it permits presentation of 3D objects with almost no loss in visual quality. Optical holograms are static, however, and lack interactivity. Combining 3D computer graphical elements with stereoscopic presentation techniques provides an alternative that allows interactivity.

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Computer  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 1 )