Computer-Aided Holography

Guido Hoffmann, Stefan Rüping, Markus Tondorf

We aim to teach the human ability of holographic-creative thinking to computers. A computer should be able to reconstruct shape and orientation of an object from its interference pattern. In order to get the interference pattern into the computer, we are planning to build a scanner, which should be able to read interference patterns of various wavelengths with different receivers. One possible solution is the projection of an interference pattern onto a screen, where it can be read by our scanner. Once the interference pattern has been read by the computer, the computer should be able to reconstruct the object. Finally, the computer should modify the interference pattern and compare the new body to the original in order to creatively design new shapes and objects, which will need to be assessed by a human as a final step.

Prinzip der Holographie
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