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Making of a holographic movie on film: from holographic animation to holographic movie
Author(s): Shigeo Hiyama; Kazuhito Higuchi; Ken'ichiro Ishii; Jun Ishikawa; Tomoko Ohara; Shuji Muraho
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Paper Abstract

Throughout `EI' '92, '93, '94 and '95, we have been presenting an experimental holographic movie system as a tool to estimate the picture quality of moving holographic images as a step towards holographic TV. Therefore these presentations can be seen as experiments for holographic movie system. They present holographic move devices as well as instruction on how to make holographic movies on film. Holographic movies are possible as we will report in this presentation. Throughout holographic movie devices I, II, III and IV, the same equipment and technology has been used. This will be recognized and appreciated by holographic researchers. Nowadays to record holographic images, it is best to use holographic film (in the case of animation, there is no other method). Through this method in each new version, we have been trying to broaden our expressions and artist's image in using new technology and take a further step for better holographic movies on film. In the future holographic movies will become popular. But now in their research phase we are working on animated movies as not only an presentation of technique but also as an artist's expression as well. We are making these technology with the general concept and intention of appealing to the senses of all people. These are not only holographic animation pieces but also 3D sounds and a construction of images in time. We have approached this concept with a most positive attitude.

Paper Details

Date Published: 12 April 1995
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 2406, Practical Holography IX, (12 April 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.206212
Show Author Affiliations
Shigeo Hiyama, Tama Art Univ. (Japan)
Kazuhito Higuchi, NTT Human Interface Labs. (Japan)
Ken'ichiro Ishii, NTT Human Interface Labs. (Japan)
Jun Ishikawa, Tama Art Univ. (Japan)
Tomoko Ohara, Tama Art Univ. (Japan)
Shuji Muraho, Tama Art Univ. (Japan)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2406:
Practical Holography IX
Stephen A. Benton, Editor(s)

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