1 January 2000 3-D imaging using a tunable laser source
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A method for obtaining 3-D images by illuminating an object with frequency tunable laser light and recording information interfero- metrically is discussed. The instrumentation requirements include a telecentric imaging system and a tunable laser source capable of serially illuminating the object with multiple laser frequencies. Complex-valued image plane data is recorded interferometrically and processed using Fourier transform algorithms, and 3-D images obtained from a variety of objects are presented. These results demonstrate the wide range of measurement applications that can be addressed with this method.
Joseph C. Marron, Joseph C. Marron, Kurt W. Gleichman, Kurt W. Gleichman, } "3-D imaging using a tunable laser source," Optical Engineering 39(1), (1 January 2000). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.602334 . Submission:
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