1 March 1988 Rainbow Holography For Retroreflective Objects
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Abstract
A new method, exclusively applicable to retroreflective objects, is proposed for making rainbow holograms. The object is illuminated with a coherent wave scattered from a diffuse slit. The retroreflected object beam retraces the path of the incident beam, thus producing a slitlike function in the plane of convergence.
R. D. Bahuguna, R. D. Bahuguna, } "Rainbow Holography For Retroreflective Objects," Optical Engineering 27(3), 273243 (1 March 1988). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7977921 . Submission:
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