Three-dimensional holographic images of extended diffusing objects are simultaneously recorded and reconstructed by optical cross correlation in a second-order nonlinear crystal. An interaction geometry in which the phase-matched object and reference fields propagate slightly noncollinearly is particularly convenient for producing these second-harmonic-generated holograms.
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Yury N. Denisyuk, Alessandra Andreoni, Maria Bondani, and Marco A. C. Potenza, "Real-time holograms generated by second-harmonic cross correlation of object and reference optical wave fields," Opt. Lett. 25, 890-892 (2000)