Role of dynamic holography with photorefractive crystals in a multifunctional sensor for the detection of signature features in movable cultural heritage - Tate Research Repository
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Role of dynamic holography with photorefractive crystals in a multifunctional sensor for the detection of signature features in movable cultural heritage

2007

Abstract

This paper is one of a series submitted by the Multi-Encode Project consortium and covers the development of holographic interferometry with dynamic photorefractive crystals. The aim of the first phase of the project is to assess the existing techniques for detection of signatures in various types of artworks. The trademark of our technique is a very high resolution in the fringe pattern. We will show the potentiality of our technique for the present application.

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  • Resource type

    Conference paper (published)

  • Institution
    • Tate

  • Event title
    • Optical Metrology, Munich, Germany

  • Editor
    • Fotakis, Costas
    • Pezzati, Luca
    • Salimbeni, Renzo
  • Journal title
    • O3A: Optics for Arts, Architecture, and Archaeology

  • Volume
    • 6618

  • Publisher
    • SPIE-International Society for Optical Engineering

  • Place of publication
    • Bellingham

  • ISSN
    • 0277-786X

  • DOI
    • doi.org/10.1117/12.727879