Abstract

A hologram has been made of a twisted nematic liquid crystal display. This accomplishment eliminates the need for the photographic step associated with computer-generated holography. Nematic liquid crystal displays using dynamic scattering can also be used to generate a hologram but require a different mode of operation.

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