2 edition of Investigation of new techniques for teaching and learning using laser holography found in the catalog.
Investigation of new techniques for teaching and learning using laser holography
J. A. Bellamy
Written in English
Thesis(M.Sc.) - Loughborough University of Technology 1978.
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Optical holography didn't take off until the invention of the laser in Although holograms were immediately popular for art, practical applications of optical holography lagged until the s. Today, holograms are used for data storage, optical communications, interferometry in engineering and microscopy, security, and holographic scanning. Holography as a tool for advanced learning of optics and photonics Victor V. Dyomin, Igor G. Polovtsev, Alexey S. Olshukov Tomsk State University 36 Lenin Avenue, Tomsk, , Russia Tel/fax: 7 , [email protected] ABSTRACT Laboratory works on holograms recording, reconstruction and interpretation are useful for two : Victor V. Dyomin, Igor G. Polovtsev, Alexey S. Olshukov.
We present a method for computer-generated holography based on deep learning. The inverse process of light propagation is regressed with a number of computationally generated speckle data sets. This method enables noniterative calculation of computer-generated holograms (CGHs). The proposed method was experimentally verified with a phase-only by: - Ideas, labs, resources and activities for teaching Optics. In particular for Grade 10 Science: SNC2D, SNC2P, SNC2L. See more ideas about Science, Teaching and 11 pins. With Holography, Mind Control Through Lasers is Now a Thing. Comparing new science fact The practical application of these techniques aren’t anything as far out as “using laser.
Holography, on the other hand does not utilize a lens to form a latent image. It relies on the principle of interference to produce an image. The interference pattern is captured by the film and processed. The hologram is then illuminated with laser light (transmission) or white light (reflection). A holographic image is then Size: KB. Basics of Holography Basics of Holography is an introduction to the subject written by a leading worker in the ﬁeld. The ﬁrst part of the book covers the theory of holographic imaging, the characteristics of the reconstructed image, and the various types of holograms. MAS is a laboratory course about holography and holographic imaging. This course teaches holography from a scientific and analytical point of view, moving from interference and diffraction to imaging of single points to the display of three-dimensional images. Using a "hands-on" approach, students explore the underlying physical phenomena that make holograms work, as .
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Additionally, it must be said that practical successes in holography have thus far not come easily; and most of the major commercial prospects require long-range : Emmett N. Leith.Holography, means of creating a unique photographic image without the use of a ebook recording of the ebook is called a hologram, which appears to be an unrecognizable pattern of stripes and whorls but which—when illuminated by coherent light, as by a laser beam—organizes the light into a three-dimensional representation of the original object.