Abstract

Optical scanning holography (OSH) is an attractive technique since 3D information can be obtained with a single pixel detector. However, OSH requires an interferometer, scanning architecture, and a frequency shifter to scan a time-varying Fresnel zone plate (FZP), which makes the optical setup complicated. To reduce the complexity, the polarization sensitivity of a spatial light modulator (SLM) is applied. The proposed method implements a time-varying FZP with an in-line optical setup by using only an SLM. Observing results for a USAF pattern and a fluorescent bead reveals the feasibility of the new motionless holographic 3D imaging technique.

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Visualization 1       3D reconstruction of a USAF target.
Visualization 2       3D reconstruction of fluorescent beads.

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