The HSF-MINI portable holographic camera is used to record holograms of the human face. The recorded holograms are analyzed using a unique three-dimensional measurement system that provides topometric data of the face with resolution less than or equal to 0.5 mm. The main advantages of this method over other, more traditional methods (such as laser triangulation and phase-measurement triangulation) are discussed.
R. Bakanas, G. A. Gudaitis, S. J. Zacharovas, D. B. Ratcliffe, S. Hirsch, S. Frey, A. Thelen, N. Ladrière, and P. Hering, "Using a portable holographic camera in cosmetology," J. Opt. Technol. 73, 457-461 (2006)
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