Holography: A Survey, Issue 5118
Technology Utilization Office, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1973 - Holography - 129 pages
"...one of a series of Special Publications...undertaken to share the benefits of aerospace and related research with other potential users of it in engineering, science, and industry. Holography is one of the newest and most intriguing of the many new techniques with which NASA has been concerned, and now seems likely to become extremely helpful in many human endeavors. The author has reviewed the development of holography and surveyed the current state of the art in recording and displaying information, microscopy, motion pictures, and television. In addition to optical holography, this survey has embraced microwave, acoustic, ultrasonic, and seismic holography. Additional chapters deal with data processing, storage, pattern recognition, and computer-generated holography. A glossary has been included for readers unfamiliar with the terminology, and those who want additional information will find the references a useful guide to it."--Foreword.
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INTRODUCTION TO HOLOGRAPHY
PRINCIPLES OF HOLOGRAPHY
SINGLE EXPOSURE HOLOGRAPHIC RECORDING
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References Holography A Survey David D. Dudley 1973 NASA Technology Utilization Office Communication Wave tracking and identification Statements below may ...
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