15 May 2017 True colour Denisyuk-type hologram recording in Bayfol HX self-developing photopolymer
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True colour Denisyuk-type hologram recording of diffusing objects in Bayfol® HX 102 self-developing photopolymer has been studied. In a first stage, monochromatic Denisyuk holograms of a standard white diffuser (Spectralon) have been recorded using lasers with wavelengths 442, 532 and 633 nm to determine the optimum exposure that gives maximum efficiency. The recording of holograms from a diffusing object has the particularity that intermodulation noise due to interference between waves arriving from different object points reduces effective index modulation. A maximum effective efficiency of 80% has been reached for monochromatic recording. In a second stage, a set of experiments has been carried out to determine the adequate relation of exposure for the recording of a Denisyuk hologram of the standard white diffuser with the three lasers simultaneously to get the maximum efficiency for each wavelength. With the determined optimal exposure, a hologram of a polychromatic diffusing object has been recorded, obtaining a good visual coincidence between hologram and original object.
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Irene Vázquez-Martín, Marina Gómez-Climente, Julia Marín-Sáez, M. Victoria Collados, Jesús Atencia, "True colour Denisyuk-type hologram recording in Bayfol HX self-developing photopolymer", Proc. SPIE 10233, Holography: Advances and Modern Trends V, 102331U (15 May 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2265802; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2265802
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