A new laser Doppler imaging system with a TV camera has been constructed, which brightly displays 1-D velocity distribution on a monitor. Some characteristics of this system have been experimentally investigated from measurements of simple velocity distribution on a constantly rotating ground glass disk. From an adaptation to fluid flow, it has been shown that the measurements of spatial velocity distribution can be achieved in real time.
© 1983 Optical Society of America
Takeaki Yoshimura, Hirohiko Sakashita, and Nobuo Wakabayashi, "Real-time measurements of spatial velocity distribution with a laser Doppler imaging system," Appl. Opt. 22, 2448-2452 (1983)