Abstract

A complete photographic system for performing real-time holographic interferometry is described. The holograms are recorded on an experimental film that permits rapid, dry, in-place processing in a specially designed chamber. The expose–process–view cycle is fully automated so that real-time interferograms can be produced with ease. The features of the system pertinent to holography are discussed and examples of real-time stroboscopic holographic interferometry are shown.

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