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Computer and optically generated holographic optics
|Statement||Ivan Cindrich, Sing H. Lee, chairs/editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.|
|Series||Proceedings / SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 1555, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 1555.|
|Contributions||Cindrich, Ivan., Lee, S. H. 1939-, Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.|
|LC Classifications||TA1540 .C64 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||91062625|
Optical Computing. Systems Sobha Gottipati Prathima Rao Anjali Panicker. Introduction "Optical Computing" means the use of light as a primary means for carrying out numerical calculations, reasoning, artificial intelligence, etc.. The field of optical computing is quite broad. Applied Sciences, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Computer-generated holographic techniques offer an efficient way for reconstructing holograms without complicated interference recording systems. In this work, we present a technique for generating 3D computer-generated holograms (CGHs) with scalable samplings, by using. As far as classical optics go, this is one must have book. It is divided in three parts: I Geometrical Optics (pp. ), II Wave Optics (pp. ) and III Quantum Optics (pp). If you prefer a more modern approach, I second the above poster's suggestions for "The Light Fantastic" and the surprisingly compact introduction by Fowles.
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Computer-generated holography (CGH) is the method of digitally generating holographic interference patterns.A holographic image can be generated e.g. by digitally computing a holographic interference pattern and printing it onto a mask or film for subsequent illumination by suitable coherent light source.
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Holographic optics: optically and computer generated. [Ivan Cindrich; S H Lee; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; New. Digital holography optically generates a hologram, which is then recorded on a CCD camera, and an image is reconstructed using digital techniques.
This chapter discusses the converse, i.e., the hologram is digitally generated and the reconstruction is performed optically, a process known as computer-generated holography (CGH).Cited by: 1. We define computer-generated volume holograms (CGVHs) as arbitrary 3D refractive index modulations designed to perform optical functions based on diffraction, scattering, and interference phenomena.
CGVHs can differ dramatically from classical volume holograms in terms of coding possibilities, and from thin computer-generated holograms in terms of efficiency and selectivity.
Computer and Optically Generated Holographic Optics - San Diego, CA, USA Duration Orthogonal cylindrical diffractive lens for parallel readout optical The International Society for Optical Engineering; Vol. Publ by Int Soc for Optical Engineering.
Orthogonal cylindrical diffractive lens for parallel readout optical disk system. Cited by: 2. Proc. SPIEComputer and Optically Generated Holographic Optics; 4th in a Series, pg 2 (1 December ); doi: / Read Abstract + The use of computer aided design (CAD) techniques in micro-optics is suggested in an effort to make the development of optics similar to the development of integrated VLSI electronics.
Computer-generated holograms (CGH’s) are diffractive-optical elements that offer the possibility of creating wave-optical display systems that are under complete computer control. Because CGH’s can control all aspects of the optical wave, three-dimensional imagery can be presented to an by: The use of computer generated holograms for the testing of aspheric wavefronts is described.
An analysis of the errors produced by emulsion movement, incorrect hologram size and position, and distortion in hologram plotter and photoreduction lens is given, and it is shown that all the errors are proportional to the slope of the aspheric wavefront.
We propose a new iterative algorithm for obtaining optimal holograms targeted to the generation of arbitrary three dimensional structures of optical traps. The algorithm basic idea and performance are discussed in conjunction to other available algorithms. We show that all algorithms lead to a phase distribution maximizing a specific performance quantifier, expressed as a function of the trap.
Fourier Optics and Computer Generated Hologram 5 In MATLAB, even if the size of the object is not exactly N x N it can be used for manipulation us ing image resize tools (interpolation techniques).
After presenting the theory of holographic imaging and the various types of holograms, the author covers practical aspects of holography, as well as the production of holograms for display, color holography, and computer generated holograms.
He then discusses a variety of applications of holography in detail, such as high resolution imaging 5/5(2). Optical reconstruction of 3D images by use of pure-phase computer-generated holograms Article (PDF Available) in Chinese Optics Letters 7(12) December with Reads.
USE OF COMPUTER-GENERATED HOLOGRAMS (b) FIGURE 2 Dif fracted orders in Fourier plane of CGH: (a) drawing ; (b) photograph. advances in the recording of CGHs have been made using the electron-beam (e-beam) recorders used for producing masks in the semiconductor industry.
19–21 These machines write onto photoresist deposited on an optical-quality glass plate and currently File Size: 2MB. For readers who are advanced in this topic, there is the book edited by Yu and Jutamulia, Optical Pattern Recognition,a book that does show how many complex functions can be optically implemented, each topic being dealt with by an expert and well explained (assuming you master the contents of a book such as Goodman's).Cited by: Optical computing is a very interesting year old field of research.
This paper gives a brief historical review of the life of optical computing from the early days until today. Optical computing generated a lot of enthusiasm in the sixties with major breakthroughs opening a large number of perspectives.
The period between and could be called the golden age with numerous new Cited by: This paper gives an overview of methods and applications for using computer generated holograms for optical alignment. Methods of designing CGH patterns that create mu ltiple wavefronts are discussed in Section 2.
Section 3 gives the design, analysis, and an application for using the CGH pattern as the reference for positioning the CGH itself. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Lee Sing books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Holographic Optics. Ivan N. Cindrich. 01 Jun Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Computer and Optically Generated Holographic Optics. Ivan Cindrich. 01 Dec Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Adaptivity as a. A list of instructors are available below.
Please note this list is tentative and may change at any time. Prof. Tom D. Milster. Prof. Tom D. Milster graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering at the University of Missouri-Rolla in and PhD in Optical Sciences from the University of Arizona in After working three years for IBM Corporation as an Optical Engineer, he rejoined the.
The book will be of value to electronics engineers, technicians, computer scientists, and computer engineers. Show less Applications of Holography and Optical Data Processing contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Applications of Holography and Optical Data Processing, held in Jerusalem in August The scope of this technical group covers holography technology, holographic materials, digital holographic imaging, holographic microscope, computer-generated holograms, diffractive optical elements, holographic nano-fabrication methods, diffractive-optic micro-manipulation, spatial light modulators for phase modulation, 3D display using spatial light modulators, holographic.
Holograph. mohanlal. A holograph is a document written entirely in the handwriting of the person whose signature it bears. Some countries (e.g., France) or local jurisdictions within certain countries (e.g., some U.S. states) give legal standing to specific types of holographic documents, generally waiving requirements that they be witnessed.
The remaining chapters explore holographic interferometry, color holography, and computer-generated holograms. The final chapter deals with hologram replication, television transmission of holograms, and formation of holograms using spatially incoherent subject Edition: 1.
In digital holography, the holographic interference pattern is optically generated by superposition of object and reference beams, which is digitally sampled by a charge-coupled device (CCD) camera and transferred to a computer as an array of by: The expanded 4 th edition of this classic optics text is aimed at those wishing to apply their knowledge of optics to engineering problems, and provides a sound introduction to the basic principles of optics for engineering students.
It describes fundamental material including Fourier optics, diffraction theory, geometrical optics, and lenses, and goes on to cover important topics such as Cited by: computer-generated holographic optical elements that have both minimum aberrations and maximum diffraction efﬁciencies.
The design method exploits a design in which the grating vector of the HOE is optimized and a recording conﬁguration in which the CGH’s are both on the same substrate.
It leads to a. Holographic design and computation The realization of a computer-generated hologram can be schematically split into three steps: analysis, implementation and fabrication. The first one consists in the understanding of the physical process governing the formation of the image encoded on the holographic substrate.
Therefore, the hologramCited by: Computer Generated Holography (CGH) is the method of digitally generating holographic interference patterns.A holographic image can be generated e.g. by digitally computing a holographic interference pattern and printing it onto a mask or film for subsequent illumination by suitable coherent light source.
Publisher Summary. This chapter provides an overview of architectural considerations for optical computing and photonic switching. Research into the use of free-space digital optics for interconnections and packaging during the past two decades has produced many promising results by combining and coordinating the efforts of researchers, scientists, and engineers from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Digital holography represents a novel media which promises to revolutionize the way the users interacts with content. This paper presents an in-depth review of the state-of-the-art algorithms for advanced processing and rendering of computer-generated holography. Open-access holographic data are selected and characterized as references for the experimental by: 1.
Both computer-generated and optically-recorded holograms play important roles in the current generation of optical computing demonstrator systems. This paper reviews the various types of holographic interconnect components that have been used in a series of optical parallel digital processing experiments at Heriot-Watt : A.
Walker, M. Taghizadeh, E. Restall, B. Robertson, J. Miller. The Laguerre-Gaussian beam is a typical example of the optical vortices, which can be generated by computer-generated holograms (CGHs) with the topological charge controlled.
Here, we fabricated transmission-amplitude CGH gratings (up to lines per millimeter) on metal ﬁlm by File Size: KB. Computer and Optically Generated Holographic Optics: Fourth in a Series: 24hologramcommunic July San Diego, California (Spie Proceedings, Vol ) Ivan Cindrich, Sing H.
Lee (Editor) Computer-Generated Holography II (Proceedings of Spie-The International Society for Optical Engineering, Vol ). Holographic Materials and Optical Systems covers recent research achievements in the areas of volume holographic optical elements and systems, development of functionalized holographic recording materials, and applications in holographic imaging and metrology.
Designs of single and multiplexed volume holographic optical elements for laser beam shaping, combining, and redirection are covered Cited by: 5. Holographic optical element has a high diffraction efficiency and a narrow-band frequency characteristic, and it has a characteristic that is able to implement several features in a single flat device.
It is widely applied in various fields. In this chapter, the principle and characteristics of the holographic optical elements are described in detail, and few typical holographic optical Cited by: 2. I have been reading about holography, and I think I understand the general concept, but one thing that has me completely lost is how computer generated holography works in practice.
I think I get the basic idea behind how CGHs work. Holographic Optical Components. Holographic optical components. The final class of multilayer reflection optics to be discussed in this section is soft x-ray holographic optical components.
At infrared and visible wavelengths, the value of synthetically generated holographic optical components is well established (61). This is mainly because your computer screen is several inches away from your eyes, while a book is usually much closer.
Add to that the blue light emitted by the computer screen and you have two environments that are quite different and using the glasses in ways they weren’t meant to be used can lead to eye strain. Using holographically generated corrector plates to fabricate low f/No. HOE objectives and collimators H.
Chen, Q. Shan (Applied Optics ) Broadband imaging with holographic lenses D. Faklis, G. Morris (Optical Engineering ). Emphasis of the book is on the quantitative computer-aided evaluation of the holographic interferograms. Based upon wave-optics the evaluation methods, their implementation in computer-algorithms, and their applications in engineering are described.Computer Generated Holography and Diffractive Optical Elements Workshop Registration Please use this form to register for the Computer Generated Holography and Diffractive Optical Elements Workshop, to be held May, in the Meinel Building on the University of Arizona campus.optical computer (photonic computer): An optical computer (also called a photonic computer) is a device that uses the photon s in visible light or infrared (IR) beams,rather than electric current, to perform digital computations.
An electric current flows at only about 10 percent of the speed of light. This limits the rate at which data can.