Ultra-Realistic Imaging and Its Historical Origin in Display Holography. Lippmann Photography. Continuous Wave Lasers for Colour Holography. Recording Materials for Colour Holography. Analogue Colour Holography. Pulsed Lasers for Holography. Digital Colour Holography. Digital Holographic Printing: Data Preparation, Theory and Algorithms. Digital Holographic Printing: Computational Methods for Full-Parallax Holograms. Image Data Creation and Acquisition for Digital Display Holograms. Theoretical Basis for High-Fidelity Display Holograms. Diffraction Efficiency: An Alternative Approach Using the PSM Model. Illumination of Colour Holograms. Applications of Ultra-Realistic Holographic Imaging. Acronyms. Appendices: Historical Origins of Display Holography: Spreading Awareness. History of the Geola Organisation. Active Cavity Length Stabilisation in Pulsed Neodymium Lasers. Aberration Correction by Image Predistortion in Digital Hologram. MAXScript Holocam Program. Design Study of Compact RGB LED Hologram Illumination Source. Bilinear and Bicubic Interpolation.
Hans Bjelkhagen, David Brotherton-Ratcliffe
"[This] work is marked by a mature and balanced relationship and
density, specifically as regards [to] mathematical relationships of
description on the one hand, and physical interpretation on the
other, as well as methods, implementation arrangements,
applications, and full (holographic) images. And all this in an
outstanding aesthetic presentation, printed in vivid color …"
—Contemporary Physics, 2014"Produced to the highest quality, with excellent illustrations throughout … this book will no doubt become the standard reference work on the subject. … an outstanding contribution to holographic literature. … it deserves a permanent place on the shelves of every optics department."
—Graham Saxby, RPS Journal, April 2014 "It is written in a very accessible style, with clear exposition of all the main results. Also worthy of note is the collection of over 500 photographs, diagrams and schematics relating to the recording and production of ultra-realistic holographic images."
—Optics & Photonics News, 2014"This book is a condensation at the highest level of the authors’ collective knowledge and experience in the area of display holography that includes history, theory, practice, and detailed designs of industrial systems. It includes over 500 photographs, diagrams, and design schematics for the recording and production of ultrarealistic holographic images."
—From the Foreword by Professor Tung H. Jeong, Lake Forest College