This paper discusses a two-dimensional crossed holographic grating as an optical element capable of creating raster images, the recording of which in a photosensitive medium with relief-phase response makes it possible to obtain other optical elements--for example, microlens rasters. The extent to which the photochemical processing of the photographic material affects the optical properties of two-dimensional holographic gratings is investigated.
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N. M. Ganzherli, A. S. Gurin, D. D. Kramushchenko, I. A. Maurer, D. F. Chernykh, and S. N. Gulyaev, "Two-dimensional holographic gratings based on silver halide photographic emulsions for the formation of raster images," J. Opt. Technol. 76, 388-391 (2009)