The Zerotrope, a Dynamic Holographic Display: Design and Implementation
AbstractThis paper presents the Zerotrope, an improved version of the classic phenakistiscope and zoetrope devices. This device is used to create a new 360-degree dynamic 3D display by the inclusion of a single ultra-realistic full-color hologram. The Zerotrope is built with a zero-degree transplane hologram mounted on a disk rotating at a constant speed. When a stroboscopic lamp synchronized with the rotation illuminates this hologram, the recorded characters, arranged radially around the center of the disk, are animated as in a stop-motion movie. The operation of the Zerotrope is successful and shows the effect of a 3D display without the need for special viewing aids. View Full-Text
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Gentet, P.; Joung, J.; Gentet, Y.; Kim, K.-J.; Lee, S.-H. The Zerotrope, a Dynamic Holographic Display: Design and Implementation. Appl. Sci. 2019, 9, 3378.
Gentet P, Joung J, Gentet Y, Kim K-J, Lee S-H. The Zerotrope, a Dynamic Holographic Display: Design and Implementation. Applied Sciences. 2019; 9(16):3378.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gentet, Philippe; Joung, Jinbeom; Gentet, Yves; Kim, Kwang-Jib; Lee, Seung-Hyun. 2019. "The Zerotrope, a Dynamic Holographic Display: Design and Implementation." Appl. Sci. 9, no. 16: 3378.
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