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Holographic technique for simultaneous measurement of displacement and tilt

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Abstract

Real-time holographic interferometry performed with two very thin, parallel, closely spaced object illumination beams can be used to produce a time-varying irradiance which, when incident on a photodetector, gives a signal whose analysis indicates both the normal displacement and tilt at a point on the object surface. The signal also contains information about in-plane translation which can be utilized in some cases.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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