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Principle Of The Holographic Cinematography
Author(s): Victor G. Komar
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Paper Abstract

This paper describes the principles of holographic cinematography developed in NIKFI. The following ideas are underlying the principles of the holographic cinematography: 1) using lenses of large aperture, about 200 mm, for shooting and projection; 2) using a point-focusing multiplying holographic screen for projection; 3) using a holographic film with a thick emulsion layer of the order of 10 micrometres; 4) using two methods of shooting. In the first method a pulse coherent light is used for indoor shooting. In the second method a common non-coherent light is used for outdoor shooting. In the latter one a lenticular plate is put in the camera. A space colour image is stored on a colour film stock. This image is converted into a hologram film during printing.

Paper Details

Date Published: 18 April 1978
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 0136, 1st European Conf on Optics Applied to Metrology, (18 April 1978); doi: 10.1117/12.956185
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Victor G. Komar, Cine & Photo Research Institute (NIKFI) (Germany)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0136:
1st European Conf on Optics Applied to Metrology
Michel H. Grosmann; Patrick Meyrueis, Editor(s)

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