Suppression of Disturbing Light Reflexes in Holography, Applied to Practical Recording Problems in Medicine and Technology
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In many applications of holographic interferometry it is unavoidable that reflecting media are positioned between object and hologram (see Figure 1). These may be lenses (e.g. in an otoscope or a microscope) or semireflecting mirrors, as often used for a direct observation parallel to the illuminating beam. Sometimes during investigation an object has to be placed in a specific test chamber (e.g. a pressure chamber or a liquid cell containing physiological solutions).
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