Holography Lasers

Holography Lasers

Holography is a method of using interference to record both the phase and intensity of an object and therefore use it to reproduce an accurate 3-dimensional representation of that object.  Like in all interferometry applications, holography lasers must have incredibly long coherence lengths, for the phase to be maintained throughout the process.  There are a wide variety of holography techniques, but all of them follow the same primary process where holography lasers are split into two different beams and one is directed to the recording media and the other is directed toward the object.  When the scattered light interferes with the reference beam at the recording media, the resultant interference pattern contains both the phase and amplitude of the object.  On this page, you will find a list of all of the holography lasers we offer including single frequency diode and DPSS lasers ranging in wavelength from 405 nm to 850 nm.

To see a full list of other applications RPMC lasers are used for please check out our applications page by clicking here.