The book “Holograms –Recording Materials and Applications” comprises five sections.
The first section has eight chapters on holographic recording materials including ionic
liquids in photopolymerisable materials (Chapter 1), Norland optical adhesive 65® as
holographic material (Chapter 2), porous glass and polymer nanocomposite (Chapter 3),
amorphous chalcogenide films (Chaper 4), azo-dye containing materials (Chapter 5 and
6) and photochromic materials (Chapter 7 and 8). The remaining four sections are
dedicated to a variety of holographic applications....
Holography has recently become a field of much interest because of the many new applications implemented by various holographic techniques. This book is a collection of 22 excellent chapters written by various experts, and it covers various aspects of holography. The chapters of the book are organized in six sections, starting with theory, continuing with materials, techniques, applications as well as digital algorithms, and finally ending with non-optical holograms.
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Research Article Basic Holographic Characteristics of a Panchromatic Light Sensitive Material for Reﬂective Autostereoscopic 3D Display
The importance of particle characterization in both the research and
development, and the manufacture and quality control of materials and products
that we use in our everyday lives is, in some sense, invisible to those of us not
directly involved with these activities. Few of us know how particle size, shape,
or surface characteristics can influence, for example, the efficacy of a painreliever,
or the efficiency of a catalytic converter, or the resolution of a printer.
Computerized Optical Processes
For almost 30 years, the silver halide emulsion has been ﬁrst choice as the recording medium for holography, speckle interferometry, speckle photography, moir´ and optical e ﬁltering. Materials such as photoresist, photopolymers and thermoplastic ﬁlm have also been in use. There are two main reasons for this success. In processes where diffraction is involved (as in holographic reconstruction), a transparency is needed. The other advantage of ﬁlm is its superior resolution.