Abstract

A new approach of in-plane speckle-displacement analysis by binary phase-correlation evaluation is described. An optical implementation of the method based on digital speckle-pattern interferometry and one-focal-length correlator architecture that uses a liquid-crystal light valve is proposed.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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