150. Reconstruction of polarized optical images in two- and three-dimensional vector holograms, H. Ono, K. Suzuki, T. Sasaki, T. Iwato, A. Emoto, T. Shioda and N. Kawatsuki, J. Appl. Phys. 106 (2009) 083109.


In the present paper, we extensively study the optical diffraction in two- and three-dimensional vector holograms and demonstrate the reconstruction of polarized optical images recorded in azobenzene-containing amorphous polymers (AP) and polymer-dissolved liquid-crystalline composites (PDLCC). The polarization states of the interference light are not modulated in the isotropic AP films, while modulated in the anisotropic PDLCC films. The information of the polarized optical image is recorded as the polarization induced anisotropy in the AP and PDLCC medium and is reconstructed as the polarized optical images. The theoretical consideration well explained the characteristics of the reconstructed polarized optical images from both two- and three-dimensional vector holograms.

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