Converting optical scanning holograms of real objects to binary Fourier holograms using an iterative direct binary search algorithm
- Converting optical scanning holograms of real objects to binary Fourier holograms using an iterative direct binary search algorithm
- 티보르펄티에; 박민철; 김유석; 김태근
- optical; scanning; hologram; binary; fourier
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- Optics express
- VOL 23, NO 3, 3403-3411
- In this paper, we present a three-dimensional holographic imaging system. The proposed approach records a complex hologram of a real object using optical scanning holography, converts the complex form to binary data, and then reconstructs the recorded hologram using a spatial
light modulator (SLM). The conversion from the recorded hologram to a binary hologram is achieved using a direct binary search algorithm. We present experimental results that verify the efficacy of our approach. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time that a hologram of a real object has been reconstructed using a binary SLM.
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