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Three-dimensional imaging of cultural heritage artifacts with holographic printers
Author(s): Hoonjong Kang; Elena Stoykova; Nataliya Berberova; Jiyong Park; Dimana Nazarova; Joo Sup Park; Youngmin Kim; Sunghee Hong; Branimir Ivanov; Nikola Malinowski
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Paper Abstract

Holography is defined as a two-steps process of capture and reconstruction of the light wavefront scattered from three-dimensional (3D) objects. Capture of the wavefront is possible due to encoding of both amplitude and phase in the hologram as a result of interference of the light beam coming from the object and mutually coherent reference beam. Three-dimensional imaging provided by holography motivates development of digital holographic imaging methods based on computer generation of holograms as a holographic display or a holographic printer. The holographic printing technique relies on combining digital 3D object representation and encoding of the holographic data with recording of analog white light viewable reflection holograms. The paper considers 3D contents generation for a holographic stereogram printer and a wavefront printer as a means of analogue recording of specific artifacts which are complicated objects with regards to conventional analog holography restrictions.

Paper Details

Date Published: 5 January 2017
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 10226, 19th International Conference and School on Quantum Electronics: Laser Physics and Applications, 102261I (5 January 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2262068
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Hoonjong Kang, Korea Electronics Technology Institute (Korea, Republic of)
Elena Stoykova, Institute of Optical Materials and Technologies (Bulgaria)
Nataliya Berberova, Institute of Optical Materials and Technologies (Bulgaria)
Jiyong Park, Gumi Electronics and Information Technology Research Institute (Korea, Republic of)
Dimana Nazarova, Institute of Optical Materials and Technologies (Bulgaria)
Joo Sup Park, Korea Electronics Technology Institute (Korea, Republic of)
Youngmin Kim, Korea Electronics Technology Institute (Korea, Republic of)
Sunghee Hong, Korea Electronics Technology Institute (Korea, Republic of)
Branimir Ivanov, Institute of Optical Materials and Technologies (Bulgaria)
Nikola Malinowski, Institute of Optical Materials and Technologies (Bulgaria)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10226:
19th International Conference and School on Quantum Electronics: Laser Physics and Applications
Tanja Dreischuh; Sanka Gateva; Albena Daskalova; Alexandros Serafetinides, Editor(s)

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