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29 December 1992 Reconstruction of a three-dimensional object from its conoscopic hologram
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Conoscopic holography is a method for recording holograms with incoherent light, first presented in 1985. Its applications range from 3D microscopy to 3D satellite imaging and include robotics. The Point Spread Function (PSF) is a Gabor Zone Pattern, which is known to have zeros in Fourier space. We present an experimental technique to obtain an invertible PSF with an experimental image reconstruction, and an original algorithm to find the object shape, validated with both simulations and first experimental results.
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Laurent M. Mugnier and Gabriel Y. Sirat "Reconstruction of a three-dimensional object from its conoscopic hologram", Proc. SPIE 1767, Inverse Problems in Scattering and Imaging, (29 December 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.139026
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