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Three-Dimensional Mapping of Transparent Objects Using Kerr Nonlinearity Measurement

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We report a technique to produce three-dimensional maps of transparent objects using the Kerr coefficient as a contrast agent. The method is based on the spatial modifications of a probe pattern focused into the medium.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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