Abstract

Conoscopic holography is a new principle which permits the recording of incoherent holograms in a simple and attractive way. The basic principle was first presented by G. Sirat and D. Psaltis in 1985. The research is now pursued at ENST and Cal Tech, and 3-D machine vision based on this concept will be developed and marketed by Le Conoscope.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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