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Holograms & Holography

Design, Techniques, & Commercial Applications (Science and Computing Series)
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Charles River Media
Computer graphics software, Image processing, Technology & Industrial Arts, Digital Image Processing, Computers, Computer Books: General, Data Transmission Systems - General, Computer Graphics - General, Holog
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Open LibraryOL8706887M
ISBN 101886801967
ISBN 139781886801967

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Select Chapter 1 - Holograms as Wave Patterns Book chapter Full text access In this chapter, holography will be described in very simple terms; a more thorough treatment of its many unusual aspects will be presented in succeeding chapters.

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The chapters of the book are organized in six sections, starting with theory, continuing with materials, techniques, applications as well as digital algorithms, and finally ending with non-optical by: This chapter presents an overview of the field of holography and is a prerequisite to the rest of the book.

We are taking the approach of introducing holography by the viewpoint of diffraction optics. We will start by looking at the definition and properties of.

After presenting the theory of holographic imaging and the various types of holograms, the author covers practical aspects of holography, as well as the production of holograms for display, color 5/5(2).

Optical Holography: Materials, Theory and Applications provides researchers the fundamentals of holography through diffraction optics and an overview of the most relevant materials and applications, ranging from computer holograms to holographic data storage. Pierre Blanche leads a team of thought leaders in academia and industry in this practical Book Edition: 1.

After a review of essential optics, the book presents basic holographic principles. It introduces the theory of thick holograms, along with a less demanding and more insightful path to important results based on the work of Jacques Ludman.

Holography reviews advances in the field of holography and its various applications in areas such as interferometry, microscopy, and acoustics.

Topics range from acoustic holography to image multiplexing, formation of images in holography, and holography by computer. Some experiments based on Gabor's holography are also presented. A geometric analysis of point-source holograms is also presented, and holograms and hologram spatial filters formed with spatially modulated reference waves are described.

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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.

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1 Comment 1 Share. Like Comment Share. Weston Sirrom Thanks for the link. Find Support or Report Comment. Holography is the process of producing holograms and, although they are recorded on photographic film, the process is quite different from normal photography.

Holography uses light interference or wave optics, whereas normal photography uses geometric optics. Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\) shows one method of producing a hologram. 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.

Then, lift the shutter all the way up to expose the holographic plate and object for about 10 seconds. Then, block the laser light by placing the book back on the table. Process the plate according to instructions that accompany your JD holography processing kit.

Dry the holographic plate vertically. Physical reality is a hologram This is an interesting book by an author who passionately believes that existence and physical reality perceived through consciousness is generated by a holographic phenomenon.

In other words the holographic universe creates reality/5. Holography is the science of making holograms which are usually intended for displaying three dimensional images. It is a physical structure that diffracts light into an : Akshay Ratan.

The Holographic Universe: The Revolutionary Theory of Reality by Michael Talbot: Now with a new foreword by Lynn McTaggart, author of TheField, Michael Talbot’s classic treatise on the latest frontiers of physicsreveals a revolutionary theory of r. A hologram is a physical structure that uses light diffraction to make an image, the image can appear to be three dimensional.

Holography is the science and practice of making holograms. Typically, a hologram is a photographic recording of a light field, rather than an image formed by a. Handbook of Optical Holography is composed of 10 chapters that readers can turn to for specific questions regarding holography.

This book begins by elucidating the classification of holograms, major types of holograms, and variations. The text then explains the image formation, cardinal points and principal rays for holography, equipment, and.

Beyond the physical and geometrical optics for holography, the author includes practical image analysis and Huygens-Fresnel as well as Fraunhofer diffraction analysis. Furthermore, the reader can expect a careful introduction to concepts in holography, leading to holographic image formation and hologram diffraction efficiency.

The books explains basic physical fundamentals of a hologram and holography. In the second chapter various experiments on holography are detailed out. In the final chapter various applications of holography are given. The book also contains an extensive list of references on the subject.

The book was translated from the Russian by G. Leib. Holograms have other surprising traits as well. If you cut one in half, each half contains whole views of the entire holographic image.

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The same is true if you cut out a small piece -­- even a tiny fragment will still contain the whole picture. On top of that, if you make a hologram of a magnifying glass, the holographic version will magnify Author: Tracy V.

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By Kersti Alm, Zahra El-Schich, Maria Falck Miniotis, Anette Gjörloff Wingren, Birgit Janicke and Stina Oredsson. Submitted: April 26th Reviewed: October 18th Published: May 29th DOI: /Cited by: The name hologram means “entire picture” (from the Greek holo, as in holistic) because the image is aphy is the process of producing holograms and, although they are recorded on photographic film, the process is quite different from normal photography.

Holography uses light interference or wave optics, whereas normal photography uses. 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.