Holographic Images -- Optics, Image processing
We show that background fringe-pattern subtraction is a useful technique for removing static noise from off-axis holographic reconstructions and can enhance image contrast in volumetric reconstructions by an order of magnitude in the case for instruments with relatively stable fringes. We demonstrate the fundamental principle of this technique and introduce some practical considerations that must be made when implementing this scheme, such as quantifying fringe stability. This work also shows an experimental verification of the background fringe subtraction scheme using various biological samples.
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Bedrossian, M., Wallace, J. K., Serabyn, E., Lindensmith, C., & Nadeau, J. (2020). Enhancing final image contrast in off-axis digital holography using residual fringes. Optics Express, 28(11), 16764-16771.