Abstract

The phase-shifting method is a simple and efficient approach to extract complex hologram information free of bias and twin-image noise. In this study, the geometric phase-shifting method is utilized for a self-interference incoherent digital holographic recording system based on the Michelson-type interferometer. The phase-shifting module consists of a horizontal polarizer, and two achromatic quarter-wave plates are employed inside the interferometer, replacing conventional phase-shifting devices, such as the piezo-actuated mirror. Since the phase-shifting amount of the introduced method herein is theoretical, regardless of the input wavelength, the simultaneous recording of step-wise phase-shifted interferograms for different color channels is available. Therefore, the multi-color hologram recording is achieved with fewer numbers of exposures. The demonstration of multi-color hologram recording and reconstruction are presented to validate the proposed idea.

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