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High-Speed Contouring of an Adaptive Fluidic Lens with Two-Wavelength Single-Pulse Digital Holography

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Contouring of dynamic phase changes of a piezoelectrically driven fluidic lens with a temporal resolution of 410 frames/s is presented. Using a dual-wavelength few-ps source, optical path differences of several 10 µm are unambiguously detected.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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