An electron-holographic interference microscope that produces a time-sequential interference micrograph at a TV rate is developed. In this system, the electron off-axis hologram detected with a TV camera is transferred to a liquid-crystal spatial light modulator as a video signal. The liquid-crystal spatial light modulator can function as a thin amplitude hologram or a thin phase hologram. Time-sequential interference micrograph is obtained at a TV rate by superimposition of a plane reference wave onto the reconstructed object wave. Experimental results for observing a dynamic domain-wall motion in thin Permalloy film are demonstrated.
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