Abstract

A single-shot three-dimensional (3D) shape measurement by low-coherent optical path difference digital holography with small energy consumption is proposed. The use of a superluminescent diode makes it possible. Weighting of the single hologram and numerical reconstruction give the 3D shape of an object. Experimental results using a simple object (the surface of a button cell battery) are given. By comparison with experimental results using a vertical scanning method, the proposed method is confirmed. The effects of a shift interval of the hologram and a zero-order component on a measurement result are also discussed.

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