1 May 2010 One-exposure phase-shifting digital holography based on the self-imaging effect
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A diffractive optical element with self-imaging capabilities is used to make a phase-shifting digital holography optical system simpler and cheaper. Sequential phase-shifting requires multiple exposures, and parallel phase-shifting demands a more complicated optical system. As opposed to typical phase-shifting methods, using the self-imaging diffractive optical element requires only one exposure on a low-cost CMOS matrix, and due to the small number of needed elements, the optical system is very compact. Instead of the approximation and interpolation methods, the properties of the self-imaging effect are utilized in the recording process and in the numerical reconstruction process.
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Agnieszka Siemion, Maciej Sypek, Michal Makowski, Jaroslaw Suszek, Andrzej Siemion, Darius Wojnowski, Andrzej Kolodziejczyk, "One-exposure phase-shifting digital holography based on the self-imaging effect," Optical Engineering 49(5), 055802 (1 May 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3430608 . Submission:
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