1 February 1989 Holographic Techniques In The Color Reproduction Of Two-Dimensional Images
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Optical Engineering, 28(2), 282191 (1989). doi:10.1117/12.7976929
Using the rainbow effect, produced by using a white light source in the reconstruction process of an image hologram, it is possible to obtain normal color two-dimensional images. The technique described in this work requires the recording of three holograms on the same plate, using laser light of a single wavelength (He-Ne laser, A = 632.8 nm) with three reference beams, each at a different angle. The color separation technique of Gale and Knop [Appl. Opt. 15(19), 2189-2198 (1976)] was used to obtain three black-and-white transparencies from one color transparency. The holographic image can be observed when the hologram is illuminated with a white light source. The experimental setup and the conditions for obtaining original color objects are discussed.
R. Rodriguez-Vera, L. R. Berriel-Valdos, A. A. Morales-Romero, "Holographic Techniques In The Color Reproduction Of Two-Dimensional Images," Optical Engineering 28(2), 282191 (1 February 1989). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7976929


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