Abstract

We present a new efficient method for obtaining multicolor digital Fresnel holograms of three-dimensional (3-D) objects emitting incoherent fluorescent light. For each emitted fluorescent light wavelength, a single monochromatic digital modified Fresnel hologram of the 3-D scene is generated. Using a macrolens array, only nine projections of the 3-D scene are captured in a single camera shot and are then digitally processed to yield the hologram. The 3-D reconstructed images from all the monochromatic holograms are composed into a single multicolor image of the 3-D scene. The proposed holographic technique is demonstrated by experiments.

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