Abstract

By combining a large holographic optical lens or a Fresnel lens with a photoresist plate, a density color coding system for a large format picture is proposed and experimentally demonstrated. Based on partial coherence theory, a rigorous theoretical analysis is given and confirmed by the experimental results.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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