Abstract

Based on the concept of optical scanning holography, a holographic system for recording a curved digital hologram was proposed and demonstrated. In the system, an interference beam without the object information is first generated and then used to two-dimensionally scan a three-dimensional object along a cylindrical path. As a result, a complex curved hologram of a real object is digitally holographically recorded for the first time, to the best of our knowledge. The method of digital reconstruction and the properties of the curved digital hologram are then discussed.

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