Computer Generated Holograms

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Custom Light Imaging for Interiors and Welcome Lights 

Computer Generated Holograms are holographic interference patterns that can be embedded into various materials. When these patterns are exposed to a light source, such as an LED or laser, the image recorded in the hologram becomes visible to the human eye. Like traditional holograms, CGH allows viewers to see realistic holographic images without the need of glasses or other special eyewear. The difference between the traditional hologram and CGH is how the original images are created.  The former uses real objects to reconstruct the image. In CGH, a predetermined computer simulation creates the holographic image, and when that hologram is exposed to a light source, the image will appear on an actual surface such as a wall or other screen. Uses for CGH in the automotive industry include custom light imaging, logo or pattern projection, and welcome lights.