Real-Time Optical Holography Using a Spatial Light Modulator
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics
Paper proposes a real-time technique for recording and reconstructing optical holograms. Holographic recording is accomplished by scanning an object with two superposed light beams of different temporal frequencies. For reconstruction, the scanned information is transferred to an electron beam addressed spatial light modulator for coherent processing and optically read out to reconstruct an image of the scanned object.
Copyright © 1990, The Japanese Society of Applied Physics.
The Japanese Society of Applied Physics
Holography, Image Reconstruction, Light Modulation, Optical Scanners, Electron Beams, Light Beams, Optical Heterodyning, Scanning
Poon, Ting-Chung; Duncan, Bradley D.; Wu, Ming Hsien; Shinoda, K.; and Suzuki, Y., "Real-Time Optical Holography Using a Spatial Light Modulator" (1990). Electro-Optics and Photonics Faculty Publications. 3.