We review Dennis Gabor’s early results in light of more than fifty years of technological achievements, including the advent of CCD cameras and fast computers. By applying digital reading to one of the first holograms, we demonstrate the continuity between the classical technique and the digital implementation. This experiment can be used as a demonstration without needing the instrumentation of an optics laboratory.

Gabor’s hologram in a modern perspective

REPETTO, LUCA;PELLISTRI, FRANCESCA;PIANO, EMANUELE FELICE;PONTIGGIA, CARLO
2004-01-01

Abstract

We review Dennis Gabor’s early results in light of more than fifty years of technological achievements, including the advent of CCD cameras and fast computers. By applying digital reading to one of the first holograms, we demonstrate the continuity between the classical technique and the digital implementation. This experiment can be used as a demonstration without needing the instrumentation of an optics laboratory.
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