Session Index

Holography and Information Processing

Poster Session II
Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020  10:30-12:30
Presider: Prof. Wei-Feng Hsu
Prof. Vera Marinova Gospodinova
Room: 6AB Courtyard
Manuscript ID.  0097
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P001
Meng-He Chiu
Exponential Correction Method on Shape from Focus for Improved Non-Uniform Illumination
Meng-He Chiu;Ju-Yi Lee

The purpose of this paper is to improve the non-uniform illuminated region by using exponential correction method. The experimental results show that non-uniform illumination often results in undesirable depth map. First we pre-process the image with exponential correction, then the depth map can be recovered by shape from focus (SFF).

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Manuscript ID.  0141
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P002
Shang--chi Huang
High accuracy 3D printing by phase-only LCoS
Shang--chi Huang

A 3D lens structure can be prepared by stereolithography set-up which including a high resolution phase-only LCoS, z-axis direction translation stage. Using 1 mm radius of curvature as target, resulting 0.91 mm height 2.03 mm of base diameter printed objects were achieved. The error is estimated at 2.7%

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Manuscript ID.  0167
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P003
Yu-Ping Chen
A novel hydrogen peroxide sensor
Yu-Ping Chen;Zhan-Quan Xu;Yong-Chang Xu;Yu-Hsuan Lin;Cheng-Chih Hsu

This study provided a novel H2O2 sensor which integrated an enzymatic sensing film on the backside of a holographic plate. Results showed the proposed method provided high stability and resolution within the measurement range of 1 ppm to 10 ppm.

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Manuscript ID.  0229
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P004
Fu-chun Chang
Optical Inspection of Blood Cells by neural network YOLO algorithm
Fu-chun Chang;Hsiao-Yi Lee;Hsin-Yi Ma

We use low-cost aspheric lenses, Raspberry Pi CMOS modules and white LED lights to build an optical system with a neural network YOLO algorithm to automatically calculate whether the number of red blood cells in the blood is normal.

Manuscript ID.  0267
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P005
Wei-Lun Gao
Intensity Distribution Measurement of Free Form Surfaced LED Lamps by Projected Light Image Analysis Method
Wei-Lun Gao;Hsiao-Yi Lee;Hsin-Yi Ma

Through the projection light image analysis method, the light intensity distribution of a free form surfaced LED can be accomplished much faster than other approaches. Comparing the optical experimental results of the LED lamps by Gonio-photometer and the proposed projected light image analysis method,

Manuscript ID.  0301
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P006
Men Ting-Chun
Hyperspectral imaging applied by air pollution detection technology
Men Ting-Chun;Wang Hsiang-Chen

Abstract: Combines hyperspectral imaging and deep learning to propose air pollution detection method.Use the visible light hyperspectral imaging technology is given Hyperspectral information.Through the classification algorithm,3D-CAE and PCA are respectively proposed and combined with VGG-16 to discuss the optical haracteristics of air pollution and the accuracy of model recognition.

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Manuscript ID.  0383
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P007
Yu-Chih Lin
Particle detection in different slice imaging using phase encoded common-path digital holographic microscopy
Yu-Chih Lin

This study presents a particle detection method by using novel phase encoded method in common-path DHM. The particles at different slice of the sample can be measured by using virtual spatial filter recording technique which can avoid the diffraction information from the other slice of the sample.

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Manuscript ID.  0439
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P008
Yung-cheng Cheng
Study of PQ:PMMA film for grating recording using oxolane solvent
Te-Yuan Chung;Yung-cheng Cheng

PQ:PMMA can be dissolved in oxolane solvent and dispersed on glass substrate to form a film. Applying doctor-blade method with thickened solution, a rather uniform PQ:PMMA film can be formed. Series test on recording hologram grating on such film were performed and a corresponding model is established.

Manuscript ID.  0764
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P009
Wen-Kai Lin
Simplified Aberration Analysis of Diffractive Waveguide Combiner
Wen-Kai Lin;Shao-Kui Zhou;Bor-Shyh Lin;Wei-Chia Su

The simplified equations of astigmatism and anamorphic for waveguide combiners were proposed in this paper. The results of the equations matched to the simulation of the commercial ray-tracing software Zemax. It will make the designing process become simpler and faster.

Manuscript ID.  0769
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P011
Hao-Wei Sung
Error-controlled Pulse-encoded Patterns for Phase-shifting Projected Fringe Profilometry
Hao-Wei Sung;Chien-Ann Chen;Wei-Hung Su

An error-controlled method using pulsed-encoded patterns to identify fringe orders for phase-shifting projected fringe profilometry is presented. Phase-extraction and unwrapping can be performed directly by the pulsed-encoded patterns. There is no need to take additional projections for phase unwrapping.

Manuscript ID.  0772
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P012
Huai-Syuan Huang
A One-shot Method Using the 2D fringe-encoded pattern for Fourier Transform Profilometry
Huai-Syuan Huang;Zhi-Hsiang Liu;Wei-Hung Su

A one-shot method using the two-dimensional fringe-encoded pattern for Fourier transform profilometry is presented. The 2D fringe-encoded pattern provides additional information to identify the fringe order. Even though the surface color or reflectivity varies with positions, fringe orders can be identified precisely.

Manuscript ID.  0782
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P013
Wei-Han Chen
Optimization Algorithm of Phase Quantization for Phase-Only Diffractive Optical Elements
Wei-Han Chen;Tzu-Hsuan Yang;Wei-Feng Hsu

We present a method for phase quantization of diffractive optical element (DOE) which combines the iterative Fourier transform algorithm, a backward quantization method, and the large-error reduction algorithm. The method has been effectively and in high efficiency applied to binary-phase DOEs.

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Manuscript ID.  0795
Paper No.  2020-SAT-P0402-P014
N.V. Petrov
Estimation of the concentration of nonlinear refractive index inhomogenities by analysis of diffraction patterns obtained using TRIDH approach
A.V. Belashov;N.V. Petrov;Chau-Jern Cheng

The work is devoted to development of a new method for rapid estimation of the concentration of optical defects in the form of nonlinear refractive index inhomogeneities. The proposed method is based on analysis of the angular spectrum of diffraction patterns obtained using previously demonstrated TRIDH method.

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