Multiplexing Ultrasonic Wave Fronts by Holography

Science  04 Aug 1972:
Vol. 177, Issue 4047, pp. 422-424
DOI: 10.1126/science.177.4047.422


Easily viewable, three-dimensional images have been produced from information derived from the passage of sound through the head of a living human subject. In this technique a new form of holographic multiplexing is used to construct the three-dimensional image from two-dimensional ultrasonic B-scans taken in many separated planes.