Single-pixel digital ghost holography
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2012
Since its discovery, the "ghost" diffraction phenomenon has emerged as an unconventional technique for optical imaging with very promising advantages. However, extracting the intensity and phase information of a structured and realistic object remains a challenge. Here we show that a ghost hologram can be recorded with a single-pixel configuration by adapting concepts from standard digital holography. The presented homodyne scheme enables phase imaging with nanometric depth resolution and three-dimensional focusing ability and shows a high signal-to-noise ratio.