Abstract

One-step two-wavelength holography is obtained with two interferometric beams with different wavelengths by means of a polarizing modulation produced by a liquid-crystal light valve. This holographic method eliminates the need for preliminary static recording of the hologram and permits one-step two-wavelength holographic testing to produce results easily in real time.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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