3 edition of Practical holography XI and Holographic materials III found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographic references and author index.
|Other titles||Holographic materials III|
|Statement||Stephen A. Benton, T. John Trout, chairs/editors ; sponsored by IS&T--the Society for Imaging Science and Technology, SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.|
|Series||Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 3011|
|Contributions||Benton, Stephen A., Trout, T. John, IS & T--the Society for Imaging Science and Technology., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.|
|LC Classifications||TA1540 .P736 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||97175316|
With suitable arrangements, holographic nondestructive testing could even be done in real time, allowing engineers to quantify a material’s movements in fractions of a wavelength. Starting in pulsed-laser holograms could do all this for transitory phenomena—allowing leisurely analysis of 3D bullet impacts, fuel mixing or cloud formation. This book presents a self-contained treatment of the principles, techniques and applications of optical holography, with particular emphasis on recent developments. The first part deals with the theory of holographic imaging, the characteristics of the reconstructed image and the different types of holograms. The next section covers the practical aspects of holography - optical systems, light.
Holography has recently become a field of much interest because of the many new applications implemented by various holographic techniques. This book is a collection of 22 excellent chapters written by various experts, and it covers various aspects of holography. The chapters of the book are organized in six sections, starting with theory, continuing with materials, techniques, . CHAPTER 23 HOLOGRAPHY AND HOLOGRAPHIC INSTRUMENTS Lloyd Huf f Research Institute Uni y ersity of Dayton Dayton, Ohio 2 3. 1 GLOSSARY A wave amplitude a diameter of viewing lens in speckle imaging system d fringe spacing d s p characteristic speckle diameter E electric ﬁeld vector e ˆ polarization unit vector f wave frequency I ﬁeld irradiance I H irradiance of the ﬁeld in plane of.
Revised to reflect technological advances and new applications, Practical Holography, Third Edition is a classic, comprehensive text suitable for anyone involved in holography, from the interested amateur to the practicing research scientist. At its most basic level, the book introduces the principles behind holography and takes the reader on a ste. After invention of holography by Dennis Gabor in it is widely used in various areas. The development of new holography methods made it suitable for new industrial and scientific applications.
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Practical Holography XI and Holographic Materials III: February,San Jose, California (Proceedings of Spie--The International Society for Optical E) Sue Benton Published by SPIE-International Society for Optical Engine (). Practical Holography XI and Holographic Materials III Editor(s): Stephen A.
Benton; T. John Trout *This item is only available on the SPIE Digital Library. About this book From fundamentals to advanced experiments and applications, this book explains how holography works.
It guides students from simple optics to advanced topics in holography, following a practical approach using real-world materials. Basics of Holography is a general introduction to the subject written by a leading worker in the field.
It begins with the theory of holographic imaging, the characteristics of the reconstructed image, and the various types of holograms.
Practical aspects of holography are then described, including light sources, the characteristics of recording media and recording materials, as well as.
WDM applications of holographic materials ; applications and demonstrations of new or improved materials in display holography, security holograms, HOEs, DOEs, holographic information storage, and real-time holography.
APPLICATIONS Holography has emerged from the research laboratory to find applications to communication and engineering problems. Where necessary, existing sections have been updated, and two new chapters have been added. After presenting the theory of holographic imaging and the various types of holograms, practical aspects of holography are then covered, as are the production of holograms for display, colour holography and computer generated holograms.
A hologram is a physical recording of an interference pattern which uses diffraction to reproduce a three-dimensional light field, resulting in an image which retains the depth, parallax, and other properties of the original scene.
Holography is the science and practice of making holograms. A hologram is a photographic recording of a light field, rather than an image formed by a lens. Summary. Optical variable devices (OVDs), such as holograms, are now common in the field of document security. Up until now mass-produced embossed holograms or other types of mass-produced OVDs are used not only for banknotes but also for personalized documents, such as passports, identification cards, travel documents, driving licenses, credit cards, etc.
Continuing in the steps of its predecessors, the fourth edition of Practical Holography provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource available. Focused on practical techniques in holography at all levels, - Selection from Practical Holography, 4th Edition [Book].
The analysis of the results received during last 5 years in the field of light-sensitive holographic recording media is presented. The lines of the improvement of these media for color display holography, phototechnology for making of holographic optical elements and perspective information optical technologies are determined.
Bjelkhagen HI. “Lippmann photographs recorded in DuPont color photopolymer material.” in: Practical Holography XI and Holographic Materials III., Benton SA; Trout TJ.
eds. Proc. SPIE – Google Scholar. We present a new holographic display system that reconstructs the complex hologram (which is free from the bias and the conjugate image) obtained from the modified triangular interferometer. This system is based on the Mach- Zehnder interferometer with modification of inserting liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and a wave plate.
Recently, new materials with panchromatic sensitivity, designed specifically for color display holography, have been developed. This paper presents DuPont's new color material designed for reflection display holography.
An overview of the recording mechanism, holographic performance, and process of use is given. "This book is a welcome new edition updating the progression of digital holography with an in-depth examination of the holographic medium.
It has appeal to both industrial specialists and students interested in the future of three-dimensional imaging and the advance of holography as a recording medium."Reviews: 2.
Practical Holography XI and Holographic Materials III: February,San Jose, California Starting at $ Practical Holography V: 27 February-1 MarchSan Jose, California. Basics of Holography Basics of Holography is an introduction to the subject written by a leading worker in the ﬁeld.
The ﬁrst part of the book covers the theory of holographic imaging, the characteristics of the reconstructed image, and the various types of holograms. Holography - Basic Principles and Contemporary Applications is a collection of fifteen chapters, describing the basic principles of holography and some recent innovative developments in the field.
The book is divided into three sections. The first, Understanding Holography, presents the principles of hologram recording illustrated with practical examples. A comprehensive review of. Practical Holography - CRC Press Book Continuing in the steps of its predecessors, the fourth edition of Practical Holography provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource available.
Focused on practical techniques in holography at all levels, it avoids any unnecessary mathematical theory. Photorefractive polymers are dynamic holographic recording materials capable of fulfilling these requirements 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12, In photorefractive polymers, a 3D refractive index pattern.It begins with the theory of holographic imaging, the characteristics of the reconstructed image, and the various types of holograms.
Practical aspects of holography are then described, including light sources, the characteristics of recording media and recording materials, as well as methods for producing different types of holograms and.adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A.