Abstract

A method of recording in-line holograms in the spectrum of a 100-W commercial projector bulb is presented. The same spectrum produced by a prism spectroscope can be used for reconstructing white-light-recorded as well as laser-light-recorded holograms.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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