We demonstrate for the first time two-photon induced holographic recording at an arbitrary point in three dimensional photopolymeric cube by overlapping two coherent pulses from a 200 femtosecond Ti: Sapphire tunable laser operating at 710 nm. Spatial overlap is achieved by a novel pupil division method. The polymer material is made of epoxy host, which is fully polymerized and filled with liquid photopolymerisable formulation comprising acrylate type monomer and two-photon photoinitiator. Measured diffraction efficiency is measured to be 3.5%.
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CorrectionsCornelius Diamond, Yuri Boiko, and Sadik Esener, "Two-photon holography in 3-D photopolymer host-guest matrix: errata," Opt. Express 6, 109-110 (2000)