Computer-Generated Holography (CGH)
Students in PHYS4412 (Computational Science II):
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Louisiana State University
Joel E. Tohline,
Computer Generated Hologram (Fall 2004)
in collaboration with
- DISCOVERY PAPER:
Gabor, Dennis, (1948)
"A New Microscopic Principle," Nature, 161, 777.
- Born, M. and Wolf, E. (1980) "Principles of Optics," 3rd Edition.
New York: Pergamon Press.
[See especially §§ 8.5 and 8.10.]
- Leseberg, D. and Frère, C. (15 July 1988) "Computer-Generated Holograms
of 3-D Objects Composed of Tilted Planar Segments,"
Applied Optics, 27, 3020-3024.
- Macgregor, A.E.
(September, 1992), "Computer Generated Holograms from Dot
Matrix and Laser Printers," American Journal of Physics, 60,
- Nishikawa, O., Okada, T., Yoshikawa, H., Sato, K. and Honda, T.
"High-Speed Holographic-Stereogram Calculation Method Using 2D FFT,"
SPIE Proceedings of Diffractive and Holographic Device Technologies and
Applications IV, 3010, paper # 3010-10.
- Patorski, K. (1983) "Fraunhofer Diffraction patterns of Tilted
Optica Acta, 30, 673-679.
- Rabal, H.J., Bolognini, N., and Sicre, E.E. (1985) "Diffraction by a
Tilted Aperture. Coherent and Partially Coherent Cases,"
Optica Acta, 32, 1309.
- Trester, S. (April, 1996), "Computer Simulated Holography and Computer
Generated Holograms," American Journal of Physics, 64, 472-478.
See also the list of references
supplied by Mark Lucente in his 1994, MIT
Other interesting and useful links regarding CGH:
| Tohline's Home Page
| PHYS 2411
| PHYS 4412 |
| CGH index
| 1D Slit |