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How is the virtual image reconstructed from a hologram?

To make a hologram a film is exposed to an incident plane wave and wave from the object to record the interference pattern on the film. The principle is commonly explained in a way like that in p.1212 ...
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About Fermilab's holographic experiment

I read this article. I am no professional, and certain statements left me wondering. They say: “We are specifically trying to determine if there is a limit to the precision with which we can ...
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Blazed phase profile to generate laguerre gaussian beam

How to add blazed grating to a fork grating to achieve maximum diffraction efficiency in the first order while generating laguerre gaussian beam?
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How does a hologram record the incident laser?

How does the hologram (the photographic plate) record the incident laser beams when they hit onto it, what happens inside the hologram so that it records these laser beams?
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Holograms other than light

Normal holograms are, if I understand correctly, what happens when coherent light is passed through something that manipulates the photon's wave functions to be what would have been present had they ...
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Do some people in 3D holograms doing the same things somewhere else in real life?

This question is about 3D holograms. I watched a few videos about holograms on youtube.On one of them there was a teacher who visits the class via hologram for a few minutes.I know that they made ...
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Possibility of a free-space hologram

Holograms are real. But they are not what sci-fi calls holograms. From a simple geometric optics standpoint we can see that in order to create the illusion of an object there must be some sort of ...
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What curved, transparent media exists for full-motion holograms?

Looking to project light either on, or through, but not from, a transparent medium. So I'm thinking of half a hollow sphere with a surface thickness of 1/10th the radius of sphere. A clear curved ...
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How can an interference pattern encode both the angle of incidence and relative phase in a hologram?

For example - there are two "object" beams, both 180-degrees out of phase with the reference beam, which hit the recording plate at angles of incidence of 30-degrees and 90-degrees respectively. ...
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Is it possible for two holograms to be on the same holographic film?

I was thinking if you could use a laser of a specific frequency to write a hologram on a film, and then to try to record over the same film but with a laser of another frequency the the first. Is it ...
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Conjugated-Phase Matching

I am working on imaging applications of phase-conjugation in optics, in particular phase-conjugation imaging from recorded holograms. I have found several useful sources, but I cannot find a book ...
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How was the Michael Jackson hologram accomplished?

There have been a few presentations now in which a live stage performance was simulated by what was described as a hologram. The most recent example of this was the Michael Jackson "appearance". How ...
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Whether the holographic universe of string theory prove the hypothesis of the holographic universe created by David Bohm or not?

Bohm, David (1980), Wholeness and the Implicate Order, London: Routledge, ISBN 0-7100-0971-2 As we can see from the book above, David created the hypothesis of the holopraphic universe in 1980. And ...
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Help with Hologram problem [duplicate]

Can someone help me out with a simple yet interesting 3D hologram related problem and solution, which can help me understand the subject and then teach the subject to a group of students.
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How to understand holography and hologram

I've spent some time reading wiki etc. What I get now is that apart from the normal light amplitude information, holograms also record the phase information of light. But this is so difficult for me ...
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holographic projection in thin air? [duplicate]

from where I come from ,they taught us in high school that it is possible to project holograms in thin air simply by illuminating the hologram with the "correct light" , and having a semi transparent ...
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Holographic Image

In a holography set-up, as shown in the figure below, Illumination beam and reference beam both are in phase. The interference pattern generated at the detector contains the whole information about ...
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Why do I get different colours in scratched holograms?

I was making a scratched holograms and in result got different colours instead of white hologram
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Why do 3D holograms need curved lines?

I'm making a scratched hologram and I'm interested in we have to make curved lines to get a 3D image.
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Input parameters for the reconstruction algorithm in Digital Holography

I've been browsing some Digital Holography papers these days, and have come across this fundamental question. When you reconstruct the complex amplitude for the object image, you use e.g. Fresnel ...
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Physics of a hologram and its Fundamental Limitations

I understand the basic principle behind holography as the interference of a scattered wave with a reference beam which is captured using a photographic plate. The photographic plate is further used to ...
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3D holograms like Miku Hatsune? How do you make such things?

I am making a speech about Miku Hatsune 3D hologram, and I would like to know how they are made! I love Miku and Len...(drools) please help by explaining!
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Is a holographic recorder able to capture a large full color picture? [closed]

Is it practical to attempt to build a 3D hologram generator that is full color and big enough to recreate a watermelon full size? If so, is real-time control feasible?
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Holograms? Sci Fi or future fact?

Based on how light behaves when it passes through mediums, i.e. the wavelength of light changes when it passes through mediums of different refractive indexes, wouldn't it be possible to convert ...
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Computer-Generated Holograms: I'm completely lost. How are they physically implemented?

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 ...
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How to convert a hologram into an image?

Suppose one knows in full detail the phase and intensity of monochromatic light in a plane. This is basically what a hologram records, at least for some section of a plane. By using this as the ...
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Can thick-film reflection holograms be used to create true mirrors?

Experimental alert: Someone may be able to answer this question experimentally simply by going to a shopping mall and finding the right piece of holographic jewelry. My question is whether the type ...
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Are holograms like in this video possible? [duplicate]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=jfySIeS1XZE#t=118s If so, how are they created (roughly speaking). Earlier in the video he says that a laser scanned the surface of the ...
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Does a “reflected” hologram produce a caustic in the shape of the original object?

Imagine you make a transmission hologram, ala the standard picture. Now you take your photographic plate, and everywhere it is transparent, you put a thin reflective layer on, and everywhere it is ...
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What is relation between Holographic principle and Hologram?

What is relation between Holographic principle and Hologram? The holographic principle is a property of quantum gravity and string theories which states that the description of a volume of space can ...
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How does a holographic object change perspective when the image is rotated?

Fundamentally i want to know: How do holograms work? The problem with that question is that normally you will end up with pages and pages talking about: a laser a beam splitter a diffuser the ...
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3d holograms - How are they created?

How do 3d holograms work exactly? I read that there is a laser in use, but how are the multiple perspectives generated and how is the light trapped? in a certain area to create the effect? ...
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How does holographic radar work?

I'm trying to figure out how the mechanics of holographic radar work. AFAIK there is a continuous 3d transmission signal (a dome-shaped antenna?) But because there isn't a direction or time-domain, ...
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Is it possible to create a hologram using X-Rays?

Is it possible to create a hologram using X-Rays (or other penetrating EM-waves)?
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Is it (theoretically) physically possible to project an image into thin air?

Is there some law of physics that strictly prohibits the projection of 2D or 3D images into thin air (such as holograms in movies) or is a solution to achieve this still up for grabs by an eventual ...
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How does holographic voxel density scale with holographic film metrics?

I'm trying to understand how one can generate bounds on the effective number of voxels (volumetric pixels) in a hologram, or information density, provided various metrics for the two-dimensional ...
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Creating the opposite of an optical lattice

Is it possible to create periodic potentials that instead of creating a well for an atom to be trapped in, repulsed by that specific location? If yes, can we use this as a means to make artificial ...