Abstract

This paper presents a method for real-time three-dimensional sensing. The optical setup is based on digital three color holography. The three colors are simultaneously recorded by the stacked image sensor and an algorithm with an adjustable magnification allows the three monochrome images to be superposed. This provides a real time full field 3D measurements.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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