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Watch Alfred Newman’s talk from SPIE 2024

March 12, 2024
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Watch Alfred Newman’s talk from SPIE 2024

At SPIE Photonics West 2024 our Head of Research, Alfred Newman, was invited to speak at the Holography Technical Event.

During his talk he gave a brief introduction to computer-generated holography (CGH) and how to compute your first hologram, before discussing and challenging the common myths associated with the technology:

  • CGH requires an implausible level of compute
  • Holography implies phase-only modulation
  • Holography implies laser illumination
  • 3D can’t work with a waveguide.

Here is a re-recording of his presentation: