A team of Italian researchers has developed a new imaging technique that uses infrared (IR) digital holography to peer through chaotic conflagrations and capture potentially lifesaving and otherwise hidden details.
What does DH stand for?
DH stands for Digital Holography
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The major advantage of digital holography is that it records only an intensity hologram and reconstructs not only the intensity but also the phase of the wave field at any remote plane.
Hart uses a machine called a Digital Holography Camera.
Digital holography is especially valuable for seeing abnormalities in the spine and the brain, says William Orrison, director of the New Mexico Institute of Neuroimaging in Albuquerque.
Digital holography for analysis of mechatronic systems.
Coherix offers the ShaPix(R) Surface Detective(TM) family of high- definition 3-D surface defect detection and metrology systems based on digital holography technology spun out of research at The University of Michigan.
Issue features research on holographic imaging and novel 3-D displays WASHINGTON -- Research into digital holography (DH), the process of electronically recording and numerically reconstructing an optical field, has made tremendous strides in recent years.