Optics and Lasers in Biomedicine and Culture pp 349-352
High-Resolution Color Holography for Archaeological and Medical Applications
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- Dreesen F., Delere H., von Bally G. (2000) High-Resolution Color Holography for Archaeological and Medical Applications. In: Fotakis C., Papazoglou T.G., Kalpouzos C. (eds) Optics and Lasers in Biomedicine and Culture. Series of the International Society on Optics Within Life Sciences, vol 5. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
New materials, and in particular the new laser recording technique developed at the Laboratory of Biophysics of the University of Muenster, enable the recording of high-resolution color holograms. The obtained (lateral) resolution for fine structures of scattering objects is below 3 µm. Thus, it is possible, with the help of a microscope, to investigate the 3-D microstructure of the object from a hologram, e. g. in medical diagnostics and archaeological documentation and analysis.
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