Clear, thorough account, without complicated mathematics, explains geometric and the zone plate holography and the different types of holograms, including transmission, reflection, phase, projection, rainbow, and multiplex. It also shows basic setups for making holograms and provides step-by-step ins... read more
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Clear, thorough account, without complicated mathematics, explains geometric and the zone plate holography and the different types of holograms, including transmission, reflection, phase, projection, rainbow, and multiplex. It also shows basic setups for making holograms and provides step-by-step instructions so readers can make their own. 116 black-and-white illustrations.
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