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Pulsed Laser Holography

  • A. Chàvez
  • P. Gebhard
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Abstract

Conventional photography represents two-dimensional (2D) records of three-dimensional (3D) scenes. Here the distribution of the light intensity (i.e. the square of the light wave amplitude) going through or being reflected by the scene is registered on a photosensitive surface as illustrated in Fig. 7.1. By recording this way, the information of the phase distribution of the light waves is not required. Henceforth, from a given photograph it is impossible to deduce the kind of waves which have originated from it.

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Reference Beam Droplet Velocity Ruby Laser Liquid Sheet Amplitude Transmittance 
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