Abstract

Photoresists have traditionally been used as a holographic recording medium for phase holograms. We demonstrate the recording of a binary amplitude hologram on photoresist by using an ion-implantation method. This amplitude recording property is based on the fact that the optical transmittance of photoresist can be changed by a high-dose ion implantation. A novel complex-hologram recording method is proposed in which the phase is represented by photoresist thickness and the amplitude is encoded on its optical transmittance.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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