Holographic Imaging

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 2, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 288 pages
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The only all-inclusive treatment of holography—from fundamental principles to the most advanced concepts

While several existing texts cover different aspects of the field of holography, none provides a complete, up-to-date, and accessible view of its popular, scientific, and engineering aspects. Now, from an author team that includes one of the world's pioneers in the field, Holographic Imaging fills this need with a single, comprehensive text that covers the subject from traditional holography to the cutting-edge development of the world's most advanced three-dimensional holographic images, holographic printing, and holographic video.

Written in an engaging and easy-to-follow style, Holographic Imaging promotes a hands-on approach to making holograms and provides readers with a working understanding of how and why they work. Following a brief introduction to the fundamentals of light and diffraction, coverage includes: the diffraction efficiency of gratings, "platonic" holography, a ray-tracing analysis of holography, holographic lenses and in-line "Gabor" holography, off-axis "Leith & Upatnieks" holography, non-laser illumination of holograms, phase conjunction and real image projection, full-aperture transfer holography, white-light transmission "rainbow" holography, practical issues in rainbow holography, in-line "Denisyuk" reflection holography, off-axis reflection holography, edge-lit holography, computational display holography, holographic printing, and holographic television.

Helpful diagrams and equations that summarize the mathematical and physical principles for each technique discussed make this an approachable resource for readers from a variety of backgrounds, including undergraduate and postgraduate students with an interest in optics, optoelectronics, and information display, as well as researchers, scientists, engineers, and technology-savvy artists.

 

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Contents

Introduction Why Holographic Imaging?
1
Chapter 1 Holograms and Perception
5
Chapter 2 Light as Waves
15
Chapter 3 Waves and Phases
27
Chapter 4 TwoBeam Interference
33
Chapter 5 Diffraction
45
Chapter 6 Diffraction Efficiency of Gratings
57
Chapter 7 Platonic Holography
65
Chapter 12 Phase Conjugation and Real Image Projection
125
Chapter 13 FullAperture Transfer Holography
137
Chapter 14 WhiteLight Transmission Rainbow Holography
145
Chapter 15 Practical Issues in Rainbow Holography
159
Chapter 16 Inline Denisyuk Reflection Holography
173
Chapter 17 OffAxis Reflection Holography
181
Chapter 18 EdgeLit Holography
193
Chapter 19 Computational Display Holography
207

Chapter 8 RayTracing Analysis of Holography
75
Chapter 9 Holographic Lenses and InLine Gabor Holography
87
Chapter 10 OffAxis Leith Upatnieks Holography
103
Chapter 11 NonLaser Illumination of Holograms
115
Chapter 20 Holographic Stereograms and Printing
233
Chapter 21 Holographic Television
247
Index
259
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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.

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