Diffractive and Holographic Optics Technology II 9-10 February 1995 San Jose, California (Proceedings Spie, Volume 2404)

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ContributionsIvan Cindrich (Editor), Sing H. Lee (Editor)
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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL11392942M
ISBN 100819417513
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Lee *This item is only available on the SPIE Digital Library. Holographic optical element: Produced by interfering two or more beams • Binary optics: Made by staircases that approximate the ideal surface relief • Fresnel zone plate: A particular pattern that produces amplitude modulation.

• Hybrid lens: combined refractive and diffractive power • Computer generated hologram: A hologram produced by. Diffractive and Holographic Optics Technology III: February,San Jose, California (Volume ) [Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, United States Advanced Research Projects Agency, Cindrich, Ivan, Lee, S.

H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Diffractive and Holographic Optics Technology III: February,San Jose, California. Date Published: 20 April PDF: 8 pages Proc. SPIEDiffractive and Holographic Optics Technology II, (20 April ); doi: / Rigorous synthesis of diffractive optical elements Eero Noponen, Jyrki Saarinen (in Diffractive and Holographic Optics Technology III, I.

Cindrich, S.-H. Lee, chairs/editors, ) Complex-amplitude modulation by high-carrier-frequency diffractive elements Eero Noponen, Jari Turunen (Journal of the Optical Society of America A ). Holographic optical elements for augmented reality systems (Invited Paper) Paper Author(s): Byoungho Lee, Chanhyung Yoo, Jinsoo.

The scope of this technical group covers holography technology, holographic materials, digital holographic imaging, holographic microscope, computer-generated holograms, diffractive optical elements, holographic nano-fabrication methods, diffractive-optic micro-manipulation, spatial light modulators for phase modulation, 3D display using spatial light modulators, holographic.

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Advanced Research Projects Agency.; SPIE Digital Library.;]. This system is implemented with only one holographic optical element (HOE). Previously such a HOE could not be produced because the phase of the required transmission function of the HOE does not obey the continuity condition which is prerequisite for the conventional implementation of.

A novel design for a zero-order achromatic diffractive optical element is presented. Applications of the optical element are discussed. Tolerances on the material properties and fabrication considerations are presented.

The predicted performance characteristics, including optical efficiency and effective bandwidth, are presented. Holographic optical element(HOE) is an optical component (mirrors, lenses, directional diffusers, etc.) that produces holographic images using principles of is most commonly used in transparent displays, 3D imaging, and certain scanning technologies.

The shape and structure of the HOE is dependent on the piece of hardware it is needed for, and the coupled wave theory is a. Diffractive optical elements (DOEs) shape and split laser beams in an energy-efficient can implement a wide range of applications with minimal light loss – examples of diffractive microoptics can be found in production facilities for laser material processing, in medical laser treatments and diagnostic instruments, in areas such as lighting, printing technologies and lithography.

Holographic optical elements (HOEs) are a subset of diffractive optical elements for which the photonic structure is created holographically, i.e., by recording a specific interference pattern in a suitable photosensitive optical material.

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This holographic projector is used to produce micro-optical devices which are generated by a photolytic process involving exposure and development. Rigorous synthesis of diffractive optical elements Eero Noponen, Jyrki Saarinen (in Diffractive and Holographic Optics Technology III, I.

Cindrich, S.-H. Lee, chairs/editors,) Complex-amplitude modulation by high-carrier-frequency diffractive elements Eero Noponen, Jari Turunen (Journal of the Optical Society of America A). Two boundary integral models of vector diffraction from diffractive optical elements (DOEs) are presented.

The first is the method of moments and the second, the boundary element method. The advantages of boundary integral methods over alternate vector diffraction models are threefold.

An optical device is presented that uses the highly wavelength dispersive nature of diffractive optics to provide a means of either removing a small waveband of incident radiation from a scene, to function as a tunable notch filter, or passing only a small waveband of incident radiation from the scene, to function as a tunable bandpass filter.

A diffractive optical surface was inserted in a wide field of view ultraviolet sensor to increase the aperture and waveband of the system with no increase in size or weight.

The diffractive optical surface was etched in sapphire using binary optics fabrication techniques. Diffractive and Holographic Optics Technology II. Pub Date: April. Diffractive optical elements (DOEs) are becoming more and more widely used in a braod range of fields, including telecommunications, optical computing, consumer electronics, laser material processing and the biomedical sciences, to manipulate light through micro-optical systems.

In order to get the most out of such DOEs, knowledge of the design process, fabrication, packaging in a particular. Seidel Aberrations of Paraxial Diffractive Lens We are particularly interested in a type of diffractive lens known as a kinoform, which has the advan-tages of being a thin structure with a very high diffrac-tion efficiency.

However, the analysis that follows is applicable to any diffractive lens that utilizes a Fresnel zone structure. Design methodologies for holographic optical elements and how to incorporate them into optical systems is also covered in detail. Particular emphasis is placed on various ways to model holographic optical elements such as ray-tracing, Fourier Optics analysis of holograms, and coupled wave analysis.

The key to effective utilization and systematic design of resonance domain diffractive elements lies in understanding the way in which the input beam interacts with the structure to produce the output field. This is straightforward in the paraxial, scalar, regime as the diffracted signal can be related directly to the physical parameters of the grating but resonance domain optics provides at.

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With the standard size of 8 mm in diameter and mm, 1mm or mm in thickness, these elements fit well into numerous standard laser modules. Abstract. Besides refractive and reflective components, planar diffractive optical elements are promising for free space optical interconnects.

The content of this chapter is focused on holographic optical elements (HOEs), which are diffractive elements fabricated by recording the interference pattern of an object and a reference wave in a photosensitive emulsion.

An optical device is presented that uses the highly wavelength dispersive nature of diffractive optics to provide a means of either removing a small waveband of incident radiation from a scene, to function as a tunable notch filter, or passing only a small waveband of incident radiation from the scene, to function as a tunable bandpass filter.

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Diffractive optics involves the manipulation of light using diffractive optical elements (DOEs). DOEs are being widely applied in such areas as telecommunications, electronics, laser technologies and biomedical engineering. Computer design of diffractive optics provides an authoritative guide to the principles and applications of computer Reviews: 1.

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