Abstract

A new design technique is presented for designing holographic lenses based on a K-vector closure principle. The technique enables closed and open loop ray tracing for design optimization and image analysis. A set of APL computer programs has been written for implementation. They are described in detail along with experimental results from holograms constructed at 488 nm and read out at 633 nm.

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