1 December 2005 Light-diffusion patterns created by contact-copy interference and their applications for surface-relief holograms
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Optical Engineering, 44(12), 125804 (2005). doi:10.1117/1.2140679
Abstract
Modified light-diffusion patterns created by contact-copy interference of diffused laser lights are proposed. A conventional light-diffusion pattern is created by means of a diffuser and a noncontact photosensitive plate (a noncontact or sandwich method). The proposed method uses a contact photosensitive plate and allows implementation of new applications such as surface-relief holograms, anticounterfeiting, and light-diffusion eyemarks.
Sheng-Lih L. Yeh, "Light-diffusion patterns created by contact-copy interference and their applications for surface-relief holograms," Optical Engineering 44(12), 125804 (1 December 2005). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2140679
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Holograms

Diffusers

Diffraction

Diffraction gratings

Light scattering

Photoresist materials

Holography applications

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