Abstract

This paper describes a method for reducing the spatial bandwidth of holograms by use of a moving dispersion structure between the object and the hologram. The theory developed in the paper includes the Haines–Brumm stationary dispersion structure as a special case. The added flexibility permits the use of simple dispersion structures that can be easily reproduced and scaled, and relatively complicated motions to produce virtual images without auxiliary optics.

© 1970 Optical Society of America

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