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Holography: Origin, Rediscovery, Development and Beyond

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Abstract

There are basically two-types of holography that have been developed and they are; Leith’s transmission-type holography and Denisyuk’s reflection-type holography. Nevertheless the rediscovery of holography must be due to the discovered laser. In other words, without the discovery of this intense coherent light source, holography may not have rediscovered! Nonetheless the original purpose for the development of holography was mainly to reproduce a true three-dimensional imagery by means of wave front reconstruction process. However, since the rediscovery, it has offered a much wider spread of application beyond its legacy!

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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