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Citation Smithwick, Quinn Y. J. et al. " Interactive holographic stereograms with accommodation cues. " Practical Holography XXIV: Materials and Applications. Article is made available in accordance with the publisher's policy and may be subject to US copyright law. Please refer to the publisher's site for terms of use. The MIT Faculty has made this article(More)
We describe a new method for imaging with visible and near visible light inside media, such as tissues, which have strong light scattering. The chrono-coherent imaging (CCI) method is demonstrated in this paper for a transmission geometry where an absorbing object is completely hidden from normal visual observation by light scattering of the media. The(More)
The 1964 publication by Emmett Leith and Juris Upatnieks [J. Opt. Soc. Am. 54, 1295 (1964)] introduced the possibility of using holograms to record three-dimensional (3D) objects. Since then, there has been an interest in creating display holograms, i.e., holograms primarily produced to show objects in 3D. More recently, full color holography has become a(More)
Silver halide sensitized gelatin (SHSG) holograms are similar to holograms recorded in dichromated gelatin (DCG), the main recording material for holographic optical elements (HOEs). The drawback of DCG is its low energetic sensitivity and limited spectral response. Silver halide materials can be processed in such away that the final hologram will have(More)
A new accurate method for comparing tooth positions on dental casts at different stages is described. Holograms of casts were prepared with a helium-neon gas laser. For evaluation of tooth movements, a cast and hologram representing different time points were superimposed by means of an adjustable x-y stage. Occlusal surface detail was used as a reference(More)
An improved apparatus has been constructed which is based upon the laser reflexion method and is used in a highly accurate direct technique of measuring tooth movement without contact. The possibility of making clinical investigations of tooth movements with the equipment has been investigated by testing its various components. The most critical part of the(More)
The laser reflexion method, a direct contactless measuring technique with a high accuracy, has been applied for clinical purposes. A prototype has been tested using a laser beam to illuminate a patient's tooth fixed to the equipment by an impression plate. The reflected patterns were thrown onto a screen with a coordinate system and photographically(More)