Intensity and polarization modulation holographic recordings and vector holograms using inhomogeneous polarized beams, H. Ono, T. Matsumoto, T. Sasaki, K. Noda, R. Takahashi, E. Nishioka and N. Kawatsuki, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 51 (2012) 082501.


For realizing polarization-multiplex holographic recordings we have proposed theory and performed experiments on characterizing optical properties of vector holograms, which are recorded using both intensity- and polarization-modulated interference light, by introducing two susceptibilities of isotropic (α) and anisotropic (β) phase changes due to irradiation of polarized light on azobenzene-containing polymers as polarization-sensitive medium. The vector holograms were experimentally recorded using two radially polarized beams as inhomogeneous polarized light and polarized diffraction patterns from the resultant vector holograms were well-explained by our proposed theory.  

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