Practical holography XVII and Holographic materials IX

21-23 January, 2003, Santa Clara, California, USA

Publisher: SPIE in Bellingham, Wash

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Includes bibliographical references and author index.

Other titlesHolographic materials IX
StatementTung H. Jeong, chair/editor ; sponsored and published by IS & T--the Society for Imaging Science and Technology [and] SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesSPIE proceedings series ;, v. 5005, Proceedings, Electronic Imaging Science and Technology, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 5005.
ContributionsJeong, Tung H., IS & T--the Society for Imaging Science and Technology., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
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LC ClassificationsTA1540 .P7285 2003
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Paginationxi, 468 p. :
Number of Pages468
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Open LibraryOL3319075M
ISBN 100819448052
LC Control Number2004270120
OCLC/WorldCa52451827

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We propose an interactive optical 3D-touch user interface (UI) by using a holographic light-field (LF) 3D display and a color detection system of the scattered light from the touched 3D image. In the proposed system, color information embedded in the LF is used to realize the 3D position identification and movement detection of the interaction point in 3D space only with a single RGB camera. How holography began. Light sources for holography. The basic types of hologram. Materials, exposure and processing. Basic requirements. Single beam techniques. Bypass holograms. Building a holographic laboratory. Master holograms on a table. Transfer reflection holograms. Transfer transmission holograms. Holograms including focusing : $ SPIE , Practical Holography IX, – / (, April 12). Takaki, Y. & Nakamura, J. Development of a holographic display module using a . To meet the requirements of DWDM spectral filters at nm, we suggest a new design for holographic Bragg gratings in photopolymers. The design is based on an edge-illuminated hologram configuration. Using this configuration, it is not difficult to make a very long grating and .

SPIE , Practical Holography IX, – / (, April 12). (, April 12). Takaki Y. & Nakamura J. Development of a holographic display module using a 4k2k-SLM based on the resolution redistribution technique. heat processing. This material is much closer to an id eal holographic material than other holographic materials as will be described in this paper. *[email protected]; phone +1 Practical Holography XXIII: Materials and Applications, . A hologram is a real world recording of an interference pattern which uses diffraction to reproduce a 3D light field, resulting in an image which still has 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. Holography for the Evil Genius By Gavin D. J. Harper ( pages, paperback) Recommended for middle and high school instructors and students. This book describes 36 projects that complement some of those provided in our hologram kits and website.. Learn more.

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A new class Author: William Beaty. 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.

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Although holography was invented more than 50 years ago, and entered its modern (laser) age about 35 years ago, it remains an infant and struggling medium, and its literature is correspondingly scattered and often hard to find. This course will depend mainly on readings from draft chapters of Prof.

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Rodin A, Taylor R "Emulsions for pulsed holography: new and improved processing schemes" Practical Holography XVII and Holographic Materials IX J. SPIE Crossref Google Scholar Bjelkhagen H Silver-Halide Recording Materials Springer-Verlag – –4 –3. Rodin A, Taylor R "Emulsions for pulsed holography: new and improved processing schemes" Practical Holography XVII and Holographic Materials IX J.

SPIE ed Jeong T 75– Crossref Google Scholar. 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.

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.

Real object-based holographic stereogram printing system using a high-resolution one-dimensional moving camera array Paper Author(s): Munkh-Uchral Erdenebat, Anar Khuderchuluun, Erkhembaatar Dashdavaa, Chungbuk National Univ.

(Korea, Republic of); Sang-Keun Gil, The Univ. of Suwon (Korea, Republic of); Nam Kim, Chungbuk National Univ. Book Description. Holography: Principles and Applications provides a comprehensive overview of the theory, practical considerations, and applications of holography.

The author has spent his career working on different aspects of this subject, and in this book, conveys the foundation for others to use holography and holographic concepts in a variety of important applications. 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 ().

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The aim of this book is to exploit the advantages of holographic technology, namely the high storage capacity and fast access times, in order to implement optical devices for infrared fiber communication applications.

The covered methods range from two-lambda to gated recording techniques, all of. Publication: SPIE Proc. Practical Holography XVII and Holographic Materials IX, SPIE#, Santa Clara, California, –().

5 reconstruction of a fabricated hologram of the cube is shown in Fig 4(b). A cube is optically reconstructed as expected, however the cube is shaded unexpectedly. All amplitudes of the surface property functions.

Holographic data storage (HDS), which makes use of the full volume of the recording medium, possesses high potential by promising fast transfer rates of hundreds of Megabytes/sec and storage densities greater than Gbytes per mm disk.

The restrictions that are placed on the holographic media, however, are stringent. This paper presents a novel method for using programmable graphics hardware to generate fringe patterns for SLM-based holographic displays.

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Features of the Fourth Edition Highlights new information on color holograms, sensitive materials, and state-of-the-art processing techniques Includes new chapters and revisions integrating information on digital holography Adds a new appendix on the methods of non-holographic 3D imaging Restores and updates the glossary of terms Outlines a.

Series Preface xvii. Acknowledgements xix. Abbreviations xxi. 1 Introduction 1 Anand Asundi. 2 Digital Reflection Holography and Applications 7 Vijay R. Singh and Anand Asundi. Introduction to Digital Holography and Methods 7.

Holography and Digital Holography 7. Digital Recording Mechanism 9. Numerical Reconstruction.The release of Graham Saxby’s third edition of Practical Holography shows how well the author understands what people need from a complete book on holography.

He takes the reader through what a hologram is, the history of holography, what sort of light sources can be used to make a hologram, what kinds have been made to date and so on through to.The holographic visualization of three-dimensional object geometry still represents a major challenge in computational holography research.

Besides the development of suitable holographic display devices, the fast calculation of the hologram's interference pattern for complex-shaped three-dimensional objects is an important pre-requisite of any interactive holographic display system.