1 February 1973 An Introduction To Holography By Shadow Casting
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Holography by shadow casting is a non-interferometric means for recording a hologram. Like ordinary (interferometric) holography, it leads to three-dimensional images of the object. Unlike ordinary holography, it works best at short wavelengths (y-rays and X-rays). The history, techniques, and prospects of shadow holography are reviewed.
H. J. Caulfield, A. D. Williams, "An Introduction To Holography By Shadow Casting," Optical Engineering 12(1), 120103 (1 February 1973). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971621 . Submission:
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