Abstract

In this study we investigate holography by scanning the receiver, the source, the object, or both source and receiver. We show that by scanning source and receiver we obtain increased resolution, an image closer to the hologram and the possibility of undistorted magnification. We present an analysis giving image position, magnification, and aberrations. We also present experimental evidence in support of the theory.

© 1969 Optical Society of America

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