Complex light modulation for lensless image projection

  • M. Makowski M
  • A. Siemion A
  • I. Ducin I
  • et al.
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We present a lensless projection of color images based on computer-generated Fourier holograms. Amplitude and phase modulation of three primary-colored laser beams is performed by a matched pair of spatial light modulators. The main advantage of the complex light modulation is the lack of iterative phase retrieval techniques. The advantage is the lack of speckles in the projected images. Experimental results are given and compared with the outcome of classical phase-only modulation. © 2011 Chinese Optics Letters.




M. Makowski, M. M., A. Siemion, A. S., I. Ducin, I. D., K. Kakarenko, K. K., M. Sypek, M. S., A. M. Siemion, A. M. S., … A. Kolodziejczyk, A. K. (2011). Complex light modulation for lensless image projection. Chinese Optics Letters, 9(12), 120008–120010.

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