Holographic Volume Displacement Calculations via Multiwavelength Digital Holography
In this work multiwavelength digital holography is applied to calculate the volume displacement of various topographic surface features. To accurately measure the volume displacement of macroscopic features, long synthetic wavelengths up to several millimeters are generated using tunable IR laser sources. Practical methods of implementation are considered, including geometric effects of both Michelson and Mach–Zehnder recording configurations and error due to wavelength selection.
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Williams, Logan; Banerjee, Partha P.; Nehmetallah, George; and Praharaj, Sarat C., "Holographic Volume Displacement Calculations via Multiwavelength Digital Holography" (2014). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Publications. 113.