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    Holographic Imaging

    ISBN-10: 047006806X
    ISBN-13: 9780470068069
    Edition: 2008
    Description: Holographic Imaging covers the three-dimensional imaging technique of holography. It covers the fundamental physical and optical principles of using diffraction to record and reconstruct images, human perception, and the history of holographic  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2008
    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Publication Date: 4/14/2008
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 296
    Size: 8.75" wide x 11.50" long x 0.75" tall
    Weight: 2.134
    Language: English

    Holographic Imaging covers the three-dimensional imaging technique of holography. It covers the fundamental physical and optical principles of using diffraction to record and reconstruct images, human perception, and the history of holographic imaging with an approachable explanation of both basic and advanced holographic concepts. This authoritative work focuses on practical holography, including methods for white light illumination, full color holography, and holographic recording of natural scenes. The book promotes a hands-on approach to making holograms and an understanding of why and how they work.

    V. Michael Bove Jr., PhD, is Head of the Object-Based Media Group at MIT's Media Laboratory and directs the consumer electronics program CELab. He is the author or coauthor of over fifty journal or conference papers and holds patents on inventions relating to video recording, hardcopy, interactive television, and medical imaging. Dr. Bove is on the Board of Editors of the Journal of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and is Associate Editor of Optical Engineering. He is a fellow of the Optics Society SPIE and is on the Board of Governors of the National Academy of Media Arts and Sciences.

    Introduction: Why Holographic Imaging?
    About this Volume1
    The Window View Upon Reality
    Holograms and Perception
    Provoking Spatial Perceptions
    Optical Information
    Light as Waves and Rays
    Capturing the Directions of Rays
    Classical Optical Techniques
    Holographic Direction Recording
    Origins of Holography
    Application Areas
    Styles of Analysis
    Light as Waves
    Wave Shapes
    Light as Repetitive Waves
    Light as Sinusoidal Waves
    Coherence in Waves
    E&M Nature of the Waves
    Intensity (Irradiance)
    Waves and Phases
    Wave Phase
    Radius of Curvature
    The Local Inclination and Divergence of a Complex Wave
    Two-Beam Interference
    Quantitative Discussion of Interference Contrast
    The Geometry of Interference Fringes
    Simple Interference Patterns
    Diffraction by Periodic Structures
    Single-Slit Diffraction
    The Use of Lenses47
    Viewing Diffraction Patterns With the Eye
    Styles of Diffraction Analysis
    The Grating Equation
    Spatial Frequency
    Grating Example
    Off-Axis Grating Equation
    Diffraction by a Sinusoidal Grating
    The Diffraction Efficiency of Gratings
    Definition of Diffraction Efficiency
    Transmission Patterns
    Thick Gratings
    'Platonic' Holography
    The Object Beam
    The Reference Beam
    The Interference Pattern
    The Holographic Recording Material
    The Holographic Transmittance Pattern
    The Illuminating Beam
    A Proof of Holography
    The Other Reconstructed Components
    Arbitrary Wavefronts
    Diffraction Efficiency
    A Ray-Tracing Analysis of Holography
    Mathematical Ray-Tracing
    Numerical Example
    Comparison of Paraxial Hologram and Lens Optics
    Three-Dimensional Ray-Tracing
    Holographic Lenses and In-Line 'Gabor' Holography
    Transition to Wavefront Curvature
    Phase Footprints, Again
    In-Line Interference, Again
    Transmittance Proof of the Focus Equation
    In-Line (Gabor) Holograms
    Off-Axis 'Leith & Upatnieks' Holography
    Implications of Off-Axis Holography
    Interference and Diffraction in Off-Axis Holograms
    Models for Off-Axis Holograms
    Image Magnification
    Intermodulation Noise
    Non-Laser Illumination of Holograms
    Problems with Laser Illumination
    Sources of Image Blur
    Narrow-Band Illumination
    Point-Source White Illumination
    Image Depth Effects
    Other Approaches
    Phase Conjugation and Real Image Projection
    Real Image Projection Techniques
    Phase Conjugation--a Descriptive Approach
    Perfect Conjugate Illumination (Examples)
    Collimator Choices
    Perfect Conjugate Illumination (More Examples)
    Effects of Imperfect Conjugates
    Image Location (Analytical)
    Image Magnification
    Relation to the Lens and Prism-Pair Model
    Image Aberrations--Astigmatism
    Full-Aperture Transfer Holography
    Full-Aperture Transfers
    Further Discussion of H1-H2 Technique
    The Holo-Centric Coordinate System

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