1 May 1992 Color holography using multiple layers of DuPont photopolymer
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We present true-color holographic stereograms made using multiple layers of Du Pont OmniDex photopolymer. Red, green, and blue color separations are reproduced at optimum replay wavelengths by exposing in blue and post-swelling using monomer color tuning films. This material is also used to record pseudo-color and true-color holograms of real-life scenes. A theoretical analysis of the color-reproduction is applied to the technique being presented and compared to results using other materials. The signal-to-noise ratio, color rendering, and color gamut area properties are shown to be comparable to those found when using dichromated gelatin and considerably better than holograms recorded in silver halide materials.
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Paul M. Hubel, Paul M. Hubel, Michael A. Klug, Michael A. Klug, } "Color holography using multiple layers of DuPont photopolymer", Proc. SPIE 1667, Practical Holography VI, (1 May 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.59636; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59636


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