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Multiple imaging phase-encoded optical elements written as programmable spatial light modulators

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Abstract

We report a multiple imaging capability of replicated binary Fresnel phase-encoded lenses written on programmable spatial light modulators (SLMs). These lenses produce a large number (up to 9 × 9) of equally intense replica images from either an external object or from a pattern which is encoded onto the SLM along with the phase-encoded lens. Theoretical details and experimental results using the magnetooptic spatial light modulator are presented.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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