Abstract

In this paper, a max-depth-range method is proposed to determine the optimum length of depth range for faster generation of full-color holograms. For each color channel, objects are divided by a fixed length to create a temporary depth range, and the wavefront recording plane (WRP) is placed in the middle of all layers within the temporary depth range. The proposed method is used to calculate full-color holograms significantly faster than a conventional multiple-WRP method but with almost the same reconstructed image quality. The feasibility of the proposed method was confirmed using numerical and optical experiments for various scenes containing multiple real objects.

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