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Curvature Measurement based on Talbot Effect and Image Moiré Interferometry

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A method for measuring the curvature of object is proposed based on Talbot effect and image moiré interferometry. To show the validity of this method, stainless steel balls were measured with resolution of 2.8×10−3 mm−1.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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