Abstract

We describe a technique for programming the pinhole in digital in-line holography by individually addressing the elements of digital micro-mirror devices (DMD). Results show that by moving the location of the “ON” element on the DMD, it is possible to simultaneously expand the field of view by 35% and obtain projection view of 3-D axial features.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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