Abstract

Sound field imaging techniques have been found very useful for acoustic designs. Building on this idea, innovative techniques are needed and presented in this paper, where we report on developed imaging of the sound field radiated from speakers by parallel phase-shifting digital holography. We adopted an ultrasonic wave radiated from a speaker for an object. The phase distribution of the light wave was modulated by the sound field radiated from the speaker. The modulated phase distribution was recorded in the form of multiplexed phase-shifted holograms at the frame rate of 100,000 fps. A 40,000 Hz sound field radiated from a speaker is used as an observation target. Our proposed method can implement the imaging of the sound field successfully. Also, in order to demonstrate the digital refocusing capability of digital holography, we set two speakers, whose difference in depth positions was 6.6 cm, as a long-depth object. We demonstrated the digital refocusing on the two speakers along with the capability of measuring the positions of the objects. Furthermore, we succeeded in imaging of 40,000 Hz and 41,000 Hz sound fields radiated from the two speakers. The presented experimental results showed that parallel phase-shifting digital holography is very useful and suitable for sound field imaging.

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» Visualization 1       High-speed video of propagation of 40,000Hz sound radiated from a speaker. The gray scale value of the video corresponds to that of the images shown in Fig. 5.
» Visualization 2       High-speed video of propagation of 40,000Hz and 41,000Hz sound radiated from two speakers. We can observe the sound wave propagation from the bottom to the top of Visualization 2.

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