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Computer-generated Binary Holograms
IBM Journal of Research and Development
Holograms synthesized by computer are used for constructing optical wavefronts from numerically specified objects. Elimination of the need for a physical object has made new applications possible, for example, three-dimensional computer output displays, synthetic prototypes for interferometric testing, and filters for various optical data processing operations. Our computer holograms differ from a normal hologram in that the transmittance is binary, yet they are able to construct generaldoi:10.1147/rd.132.0160 fatcat:zkusslcbdnajtpgvgeo3lbo77u