12 January 1994 Rainbow and cylindrical holograms recording in a modified Denisyuk scheme
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Abstract
The production of a rainbow as well as cylindrical holograms is based on recording of transmitting holograms of an object by the Leit's and Upatniek's method. In this method one cannot place the object directly near the hologram and this has some well known disadvantages. On the other hand, in the Denisyuk's method the object is placed quite near the hologram. In the present work, the recording of the rainbow and cylindrical holograms by Denisyuk's method is considered. As it will be shown, this method allows one to produce lensless rainbow holograms with a wide angle of observation in a horizontal direction and compact cylindrical holograms with a wide angle of observation in vertical direction.
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Alexander P. Yakimovich, "Rainbow and cylindrical holograms recording in a modified Denisyuk scheme", Proc. SPIE 2043, Holographic Imaging and Materials, (12 January 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.165577; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.165577
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