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Practical Holography XI and Holographic Materials III
Computation for synthetic holography typically takes one of two forms: the 'stereogram' approach, in which a large number of two-dimensional perspective views are rendered and assembled into a composite fringe pattern; and the 'fully computed' approach, in which the physics of light propagation from geometric surfaces and the resulting interference patterns at a recording plane are all simulated. Algorithms implementing the stereogram approach often generate their component perspective views bydoi:10.1117/12.271359 fatcat:js52sikabbdc3lhrizcpeo5wzm