1 October 1975 Holographic Applications in Photogrammetry
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The ability to record and retrieve three-dimensional infor-mation using holography has prompted many applications of holography to photogrammetry. Among them the significant applications are: 1) holographic recording and mensuration of objects for close-range applications; 2) the synthesis of holographic stereo models from stereo photographs for subsequent mensuration and three-dimensional display; and 3) the development of holographic contouring techniques. In this paper a review of these applications is made. Their relative advantages and disadvantages are also outlined.
N. Balasubramanian, "Holographic Applications in Photogrammetry," Optical Engineering 14(5), 145448 (1 October 1975). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971810 . Submission:
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