The production of three-dimensional images using the techniques of optical holography is a well-established phenomena. The invention of the laser in 1962 as an intense source of monochromatic, coherent illumination precipitated much research in the use of such fields in imaging. Specifically, Dennis Gabor's approach to imaging using coherent illumination and recording the resulting interference pattern or hologram as he called it, has become a familiar technique to individuals working in the field of ootics.
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F. L . Thurstone,
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