Abstract

Spatial and temporal coherence requirements for off-axis reference-beam holograms are reduced to those for in-line holograms by using interferometer arrangements producing achromatic fringes. Using this technique, we have produced high-quality holograms of back-lighted objects, using a high-pressure mercury-arc lamp.

© 1967 Optical Society of America

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