3D Display System Based On Digital Holography Application In Making Cartoon Holography

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ABSTRACT

Holography is an interesting tool in creating real objects and scenes which can be projected anywhere with accurate details and depth impression. It is also found to be more attractive to the artists than other alternatives. For that reason, digital holography is being used as a display technology in cartoon movies. Since this application is dependent on the performance and the simplicity of the available display technology, it becomes very useful to improve the display technique in order to become fast, simple, and attractive by being combined with computer graphical effects. This paper discusses a simulation of a digital holographic model as a three dimensional (3D) display system and its application in making cartoon holography.

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N. Farid and M. Bahrawi, "3D Display System Based On Digital Holography Application In Making Cartoon Holography," Engineering, Vol. 4 No. 7, 2012, pp. 349-352. doi: 10.4236/eng.2012.47045.

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