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25 December 1979 Two-Wavelength Contouring With The Automated Thermoplastic Holographic Camera
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Two-wavelength holography has been demonstrated to be a useful tool for contour mapping of three-dimensional objects. The combination of a tunable dye laser with a thermoplastic device allows the mapping of a diffused object in any desirable contour spacing in near real-time measurement. This paper describes such a combination using a newly developed thermoplastic holographic camera. The performance of this camera will be demonstrated by showing several examples of TWH contouring.
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K. M. Leung, T. C. Lee, E.Bernal G., and J. C. Wyant "Two-Wavelength Contouring With The Automated Thermoplastic Holographic Camera", Proc. SPIE 0192, Interferometry, (25 December 1979); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957855
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