Digital Holography for Metrologic Applications

  • Thomas Kreis


In digital holography the holograms are recorded by CCD-arrays. The reconstruction of the complex wavefields is performed numerically in the computer. This enormously improves metrologic applications like deformation measurement, contour measurement, vibration analysis, refractive index determination, particle analysis, or microscopy.


Reference Wave Holographic Interferometry Digital Holography Refractive Index Distribution Digital Hologram 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Thomas Kreis
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  1. 1.BIAS - Bremer Institut für angewandte StrahltechnikBremenGermany

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