Natural light holography

Video in TIB AV-Portal: Natural light holography

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Title
Natural light holography
Subtitle
Possible approaches and current examples
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Part Number
35
Number of Parts
57
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License
CC Attribution - NoDerivatives 2.0 UK: England & Wales:
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Release Date
2012
Language
English
Production Place
Shenzhen, China

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Abstract
It is desired to create holographic images of outdoor scenes, both still life and figure. Target applications are both artistic and scientific. Pulse laser holography allows for the capture of outdoor scenes, for a restricted field of view determined by coherence length and power output. It has been applied specifically to human and animal portraits, but not extended natural scenes. It has typically been limited to monochrome information. Stereograms (and kinetic holograms) allow for film frames to be stored in a full color hologram [1], with each frame mapped to a portion of the angular field of view. For a stereogram, the intent is to simulate the three dimensional nature of what was filmed. This mapping is typically along one view axis only, providing horizontal parallax but not vertical parallax. A camera array (similar to what commercial motion picture studios now have) could be used to digitize in full parallax, but this has not yet been linked to digital holography.
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AV-Portal 3.21.3 (19e43a18c8aa08bcbdf3e35b975c18acb737c630)
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