Common Challenges We Solve

IR holography is a method for producing 3D images of objects. To create a hologram, such as those typically seen on credit cards, a laser beam is split into two: an object beam and a reference beam. The object beam is shined onto the object being imaged. When the reflected object beam and the reference beam are recombined, they create an interference pattern that encodes the 3D image.

  1. Power stability of less than +2%.
  2. Wavelength selection via temperature control of the resonator body.
  3. Holographic interferometry in the thermal wavelength range enables temperature and object shape information to be captured.
  4. Compact design allows for flexible use in the laboratory or in the field.

Interested in learning more? Read publications in this field utilizing an Access Laser product HERE

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