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Study and comparison of multibeam photorefractive recordings and photorefractive crystals stack to holographic interferometry

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Two techniques with the common objective to integrate multiple view holographic interferometry in one optical head are presented: multi recordings in a photorefractive BSO crystal and the use of a series of BSO crystals as the recording medium. After a description of the principles we will show their application to holographic interferometry. The results will be presented and a comparison of the two methods, based on the quality of the interferograms, will be performed, showing the respective advantages and limitations of each technique compared to the other and to classical experiment of holographic interferometry. Up to four holograms have been recorded in one crystal, or two holograms in two crystals, corresponding to the four positions of illumination of the object.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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