Industrial Applications of Holography

Industrial Applications of Holography

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This volume provides broad coverage of technological applications of holography, a three-dimensional imaging technique. The contributors comprise an internationally renowned group of research leaders who bridge the gap between academic research and industrial applications. The various sections include discussions of holographic materials and equipment, nondestructive testing, and applications to artificial intelligence. The techniques and applications discussed are new and expanding and have not been previously published in book form. The book will be of interest to academic and industrial researchers in optics electrical engineering, and physics. Industrial laboratories involved in optical work (lasers, fire optics) and nondestructive testing will also find this book useful.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 223 pages
  • 150 x 230 x 18mm | 552g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • numerous halftone and line illustrations
  • 0195058550
  • 9780195058550

Table of contents

Contributors; I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, DATA PROCESSING COMPUTER GENERATED HOLOGRAM: H.J. Caulfield: The holographic basis for intelligent machines; N. Phillips: The foundations of holography; J. Andrews, B. Tuttle, M. Ramsdam, R. Dam, K. Thomas, W. Haas: Holographic stereograms of computer generated objects; II. NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING: O. Lokberg: The principle and application of ESPI; L. Matthews, G. Mulholland, G. Rightley: The holographic non- destructive evaluation of photovoltaic cells; L. Matthews, B. Hansche: Off table holography; K. Stetson: High-temperature optical strain measurement; III. INDUSTRIAL INSPECTION AND DOCUMENTATION: L. Huff: Holographic documentation and inspection; J. Watson: Application of holography to underwater visual inspection; IV. HOLOGRAPHIC RECORDING MATERIALS: S. Calixto: Dry polymer for holographic recording; J. Robillard: Variable index materials (VIM) for optical data processing; V. RECORDING EQUIPMENT: Y. Ono: Holographic optical HCAD for optical disk memories; VI. TEACHING OF HOLOGRAPHY: V. Toal: The teaching of holography to industry orientated students; Indices.show more