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Media 2: Extended viewing angle holographic display system with tilted SLMs in a circular configuration

Tomasz Kozacki, Małgorzata Kujawińska, Grzegorz Finke, Bryan Hennelly & Nitesh Pandey
Originally published in Applied Optics on 10 April 2012 (ao-51-11-1771)

Media 2: Extended viewing angle holographic display system with tilted SLMs in a circular configuration

Tomasz Kozacki, Małgorzata Kujawińska, Grzegorz Finke, Bryan Hennelly & Nitesh Pandey
Originally published in Applied Optics on 10 April 2012 (ao-51-11-1771)

Extended viewing angle holographic display system with tilted SLMs in a circular configuration

Tomasz Kozacki, Małgorzata Kujawińska, Grzegorz Finke, Bryan Hennelly & Nitesh Pandey
This paper presents an extended viewing angle holographic display for reconstruction of real world objects in which the capture and display systems are decoupled. This is achieved by employing multiple tilted spatial light modulators (SLMs) arranged in a circular configuration. In order to prove the proper reconstruction and visual perception of holographic images the Wigner distribution function is employed. We describe both the capture system using a single static camera with a rotating object and...

Extended viewing angle holographic display system with tilted SLMs in a circular configuration

Tomasz Kozacki, Małgorzata Kujawińska, Grzegorz Finke, Bryan Hennelly & Nitesh Pandey
This paper presents an extended viewing angle holographic display for reconstruction of real world objects in which the capture and display systems are decoupled. This is achieved by employing multiple tilted spatial light modulators (SLMs) arranged in a circular configuration. In order to prove the proper reconstruction and visual perception of holographic images the Wigner distribution function is employed. We describe both the capture system using a single static camera with a rotating object and...

Media 1: Extended viewing angle holographic display system with tilted SLMs in a circular configuration

Tomasz Kozacki, Małgorzata Kujawińska, Grzegorz Finke, Bryan Hennelly & Nitesh Pandey
Originally published in Applied Optics on 10 April 2012 (ao-51-11-1771)

Media 1: Extended viewing angle holographic display system with tilted SLMs in a circular configuration

Tomasz Kozacki, Małgorzata Kujawińska, Grzegorz Finke, Bryan Hennelly & Nitesh Pandey
Originally published in Applied Optics on 10 April 2012 (ao-51-11-1771)

Media 1: Design and analysis of a highly efficient coupler between a micro/nano optical fiber and an SOI waveguide

Zehua Hong, Linjie Zhou, Xinwan Li, Weiwen Zou, Xiaomeng Sun, Shuguang Li, Jianguo Shen, Haimei Luo & Jianping Chen
Originally published in Applied Optics on 01 June 2012 (ao-51-16-3410)

Media 1: Design and analysis of a highly efficient coupler between a micro/nano optical fiber and an SOI waveguide

Zehua Hong, Linjie Zhou, Xinwan Li, Weiwen Zou, Xiaomeng Sun, Shuguang Li, Jianguo Shen, Haimei Luo & Jianping Chen
Originally published in Applied Optics on 01 June 2012 (ao-51-16-3410)

Design and analysis of a highly efficient coupler between a micro/nano optical fiber and an SOI waveguide

Zehua Hong, Linjie Zhou, Xinwan Li, Weiwen Zou, Xiaomeng Sun, Shuguang Li, Jianguo Shen, Haimei Luo & Jianping Chen
A compact coupling structure is proposed for highly efficient coupling between a micro/nano fiber and a silicon-on-insulator waveguide. The proposed structure is characterized by high coupling efficiency, wavelength insensitivity, large misalignment tolerance, and easy fabrication. Theoretical analysis and numerical simulation results show that coupling efficiency of >90% can be achieved with a taper length of ∼4.5  μm.

Design and analysis of a highly efficient coupler between a micro/nano optical fiber and an SOI waveguide

Zehua Hong, Linjie Zhou, Xinwan Li, Weiwen Zou, Xiaomeng Sun, Shuguang Li, Jianguo Shen, Haimei Luo & Jianping Chen
A compact coupling structure is proposed for highly efficient coupling between a micro/nano fiber and a silicon-on-insulator waveguide. The proposed structure is characterized by high coupling efficiency, wavelength insensitivity, large misalignment tolerance, and easy fabrication. Theoretical analysis and numerical simulation results show that coupling efficiency of >90% can be achieved with a taper length of ∼4.5  μm.

Dual-wavelength slightly off-axis digital holographic microscopy

Junwei Min, Baoli Yao, Peng Gao, Rongli Guo, Baiheng Ma, Juanjuan Zheng, Ming Lei, Shaohui Yan, Dan Dan, Tao Duan, Yanlong Yang & Tong Ye
We propose dual-wavelength digital holographic microscopy with a slightly off-axis configuration. The axial measurement range without phase ambiguity is extended to the micrometer range by synthesizing a beat wavelength between the two wavelengths with separation of 157 nm. Real-time measurement of the specimen is made possible by virtue of the high wavelength selectivity of the Bayer mosaic filtered color CCD camera. The principle of the method is exposed, and the practicability of the proposed configuration is...

Media 2: Dual-wavelength slightly off-axis digital holographic microscopy

Junwei Min, Baoli Yao, Peng Gao, Rongli Guo, Baiheng Ma, Juanjuan Zheng, Ming Lei, Shaohui Yan, Dan Dan, Tao Duan, Yanlong Yang & Tong Ye
Originally published in Applied Optics on 10 January 2012 (ao-51-2-191)

Dual-wavelength slightly off-axis digital holographic microscopy

Junwei Min, Baoli Yao, Peng Gao, Rongli Guo, Baiheng Ma, Juanjuan Zheng, Ming Lei, Shaohui Yan, Dan Dan, Tao Duan, Yanlong Yang & Tong Ye
We propose dual-wavelength digital holographic microscopy with a slightly off-axis configuration. The axial measurement range without phase ambiguity is extended to the micrometer range by synthesizing a beat wavelength between the two wavelengths with separation of 157 nm. Real-time measurement of the specimen is made possible by virtue of the high wavelength selectivity of the Bayer mosaic filtered color CCD camera. The principle of the method is exposed, and the practicability of the proposed configuration is...

Media 2: Dual-wavelength slightly off-axis digital holographic microscopy

Junwei Min, Baoli Yao, Peng Gao, Rongli Guo, Baiheng Ma, Juanjuan Zheng, Ming Lei, Shaohui Yan, Dan Dan, Tao Duan, Yanlong Yang & Tong Ye
Originally published in Applied Optics on 10 January 2012 (ao-51-2-191)

Media 1: Dual-wavelength slightly off-axis digital holographic microscopy

Junwei Min, Baoli Yao, Peng Gao, Rongli Guo, Baiheng Ma, Juanjuan Zheng, Ming Lei, Shaohui Yan, Dan Dan, Tao Duan, Yanlong Yang & Tong Ye
Originally published in Applied Optics on 10 January 2012 (ao-51-2-191)

Media 1: Dual-wavelength slightly off-axis digital holographic microscopy

Junwei Min, Baoli Yao, Peng Gao, Rongli Guo, Baiheng Ma, Juanjuan Zheng, Ming Lei, Shaohui Yan, Dan Dan, Tao Duan, Yanlong Yang & Tong Ye
Originally published in Applied Optics on 10 January 2012 (ao-51-2-191)

Tailored complex 3D vortex lattice structures by perturbed multiples of three-plane waves

Jolly Xavier, Sunil Vyas, Paramasivam Senthilkumaran & Joby Joseph
As three-plane waves are the minimum number required for the formation of vortex-embedded lattice structures by plane wave interference, we present our experimental investigation on the formation of complex 3D photonic vortex lattice structures by a designed superposition of multiples of phase-engineered three-plane waves. The unfolding of the generated complex photonic lattice structures with higher order helical phase is realized by perturbing the superposition of a relatively phase-encoded, axially equidistant multiple of three noncoplanar plane...

Tailored complex 3D vortex lattice structures by perturbed multiples of three-plane waves

Jolly Xavier, Sunil Vyas, Paramasivam Senthilkumaran & Joby Joseph
As three-plane waves are the minimum number required for the formation of vortex-embedded lattice structures by plane wave interference, we present our experimental investigation on the formation of complex 3D photonic vortex lattice structures by a designed superposition of multiples of phase-engineered three-plane waves. The unfolding of the generated complex photonic lattice structures with higher order helical phase is realized by perturbing the superposition of a relatively phase-encoded, axially equidistant multiple of three noncoplanar plane...

Media 1: Tailored complex 3D vortex lattice structures by perturbed multiples of three-plane waves

Jolly Xavier, Sunil Vyas, Paramasivam Senthilkumaran & Joby Joseph
Originally published in Applied Optics on 20 April 2012 (ao-51-12-1872)

Media 1: Tailored complex 3D vortex lattice structures by perturbed multiples of three-plane waves

Jolly Xavier, Sunil Vyas, Paramasivam Senthilkumaran & Joby Joseph
Originally published in Applied Optics on 20 April 2012 (ao-51-12-1872)

Media 1: Self-repairing, interferometric waveguide sensor with a large strain range

Young J. Song & Kara J. Peters
Originally published in Applied Optics on 01 October 2012 (ao-51-28-6886)

Media 1: Self-repairing, interferometric waveguide sensor with a large strain range

Young J. Song & Kara J. Peters
Originally published in Applied Optics on 01 October 2012 (ao-51-28-6886)

Self-repairing, interferometric waveguide sensor with a large strain range

Young J. Song & Kara J. Peters
We demonstrate a polymer waveguide, Fabry–Perot interferometer strain sensor fabricated through a self-writing process in a photopolymerizable resin bath between two silica optical fibers. The measurable strain range is extended through sensor self-repair and strain measurements are demonstrated up to 150% applied tensile strain. The sensor fabrication and repair is performed in the ultraviolet wavelength range, while the sensor interrogation is performed in the near-infrared wavelength range. A hybrid sensor is fabricated by splicing a...

Self-repairing, interferometric waveguide sensor with a large strain range

Young J. Song & Kara J. Peters
We demonstrate a polymer waveguide, Fabry–Perot interferometer strain sensor fabricated through a self-writing process in a photopolymerizable resin bath between two silica optical fibers. The measurable strain range is extended through sensor self-repair and strain measurements are demonstrated up to 150% applied tensile strain. The sensor fabrication and repair is performed in the ultraviolet wavelength range, while the sensor interrogation is performed in the near-infrared wavelength range. A hybrid sensor is fabricated by splicing a...

Media 1: Vibration detection using focus analysis of interferograms

Jae Lord Dexter C. Filipinas & Percival F. Almoro
Originally published in Applied Optics on 20 March 2012 (ao-51-9-1431)

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