Towards Real-time 3D Neural Holography for Near-eye Display

Projects supported by Funding Scheme for student projects/activities by Tam Wing Fan Innovation Fund and Philomathia Foundation Innovation Fund

Supervisor: Prof. Evan Y. PENG (Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering)

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Holography plays a vital role in the advancement of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) display technologies. Its ability to create realistic three-dimensional (3D) imagery is crucial for providing immersive experiences to users. However, existing computer-generated holography (CGH) algorithms used in these technologies are either slow or not 3D-compatible. In this project, we explore four inverse neural network architectures to overcome these issues for real time and 3D applications

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One paper is accepted as the oral presentation in SID Display Week, 2024, San Jose

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Project leader: ZHOU Wenbin, PhD(EEE)

Team member(s): QU Feifan, MSc(EEE)

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Winner of the Inno Show Award @ The 6th Inno Show

This project team was selected for the Inno Show award at the 6th Inno Show. 

This team has received HK$20,000 sponsorship to participate in international design competition(s) and consumables expenses to support further development of the project.

The best project award - COMP3329 Computer Game Design and Programming @ The 1st Engineering InnoShow

This project team was selected for the best project award – COMP3329 Computer Game Design and Programming at the 1st Engineering InnoShow.

PERfECT Wearables: for Minimally-Invasive and Continuous Blood-Glucose Monitoring was selected for the Inno Show Award
Photos in the Engineering Inno Show