Abstract

Holographic techniques provide a mechanically simple method for deflecting light beams through two-and three-dimensional scan patterns. One technique for producing a two-dimensional raster scan through the use of a one-dimensional circular motion is described in detail. To illustrate the feasibility of such devices, a two-dimensional holographic scanner has been fabricated and used to construct a simple closed-circuit television system.

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