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Computer Generated Holography — Towards the Holodeck

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The current displays market has been inundated by ‘3D’ technology, however this is merely an illusion generated by stereoscopic image pairs. A true 3D display will generate the light as seen by the eye from a 3D world, and currently the only way of doing this is with holography. In this talk Dr Wilkinson will discuss the relative merits of both 2D and 3D image generation with holograms and demonstrate both strengths and weaknesses from a technological perspective. He will also highlight some of his latest research into plasmonic holography and metamaterials which may hold the key to unlocking a truly 3D display. [

This talk is part of the Trinity College Science Society (TCSS) series.

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