1 September 2003 Production of computer-generated holograms on recordable compact disk media using a compact disk writer
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It is often necessary in optical experiments to produce computer-generated holograms (CGHs) of reasonable quality for the purpose of routing light. Such holograms are often created using a pressing process that is not normally done in-house and is very expensive for small runs. We present a novel technique for the production of such holograms using a standard compact disk (CD) writer, which is fast and very cost effective, along with an analysis of results obtained using this technique.
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Adrian J. Cable, Adrian J. Cable, Peter Mash, Peter Mash, Timothy David Wilkinson, Timothy David Wilkinson, } "Production of computer-generated holograms on recordable compact disk media using a compact disk writer," Optical Engineering 42(9), (1 September 2003). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1598209 . Submission:
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