17 September 1993 Plate optics prepared for making two-step Lippmann holograms
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In most laser optical systems, beams are commonly transmitted via optical elements which are put on a table. The drawback of this is that a complicated optical system cannot be formed easily because optical elements on tables are likely to interfere with their own optical paths. It is difficult to arrange an optical system without restriction. We tried to transmit laser beams in a grooved table and got good results with a Fresnel hologram recording system. But we couldn't study the downsizing potential as the merit of plate optics thoroughly because this system was sized 20 inches square. In the field of optoelectronics downsizing of devices will be demanded. We then made a 10 inches square sized plate optics and formed a two step Lippmann hologram recording system which is more advanced then the Fresnel type.
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Masane Suzuki, Masane Suzuki, Nobuyoshi Kataoka, Nobuyoshi Kataoka, Yutaka Munakata, Yutaka Munakata, } "Plate optics prepared for making two-step Lippmann holograms", Proc. SPIE 1914, Practical Holography VII: Imaging and Materials, (17 September 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.155029; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155029

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