Liquid Crystal Valves as Dynamic Holographic Correctors

V.A. Berenberg, V.Yu. Venediktov

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Liquid crystal (LC) spatial light modulators provide the unique possibilities of recording thin (plain) dynamic holograms, which can be, in particular, used for the dynamic holographic correction of various optical distortions. The chapter presents the summarized results evolved over the period of 20 years toward development of the said technique. We begin with the basics of dynamic holographic correction and the outline of requirements to LC elements, used for such a purpose. Then we describe the results of design, fabrication and characterization of such elements on the base of nematic and ferroelectric LC compositions, and of their implementation in various real correction schematics. We also discuss some novel techniques and schemes, providing the further improvement of LC holographic correction techniques. These are the two-wavelength dynamic holography, which makes it possible to provide the arbitrary scaling of the wavefront distortions, and thus, solving some problems of adaptive optics. We also discu
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Название основной публикацииNew Developments in Liquid Crystals and Applications
ИздательNova Science Publishers, Inc.
Страницы296, 93 – 150
ISBN (печатное издание)978-1-62618-740-5
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2013

Отпечаток

liquid crystals
problem solving
circuit diagrams
light modulators
plains
adaptive optics
holography
recording
scaling
requirements
fabrication
wavelengths

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Berenberg, V. A., & Venediktov, V. Y. (2013). Liquid Crystal Valves as Dynamic Holographic Correctors. В New Developments in Liquid Crystals and Applications (стр. 296, 93 – 150). Nova Science Publishers, Inc..
Berenberg, V.A. ; Venediktov, V.Yu. / Liquid Crystal Valves as Dynamic Holographic Correctors. New Developments in Liquid Crystals and Applications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2013. стр. 296, 93 – 150
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Результат исследований: Публикации в книгах, отчётах, сборниках, трудах конференцийглава/раздел

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