[VIDEO] Advantages of CGH Metrology


Why choose a Computer Generated Hologram to measure your aspheric and freeform surfaces? Dr. Jim Burge shares why CGHs are an ideal solution in many cases due to their high accuracy, versatility, speed, and capabilities.

This excerpt is from an invited talk titled “Easy Alignment Techniques for CGH Metrology” from the Optical Fabrication and Testing Conference on June 18, 2021. Content is shared with permission from the OSA.

Dr. Jim Burge holds bachelors degrees in Physics and Mechanical Engineering from Ohio State University, and a PhD in Optical Sciences from the University of Arizona. He is Professor Emeritus of Optical Sciences and Astronomy at the University of Arizona, where he had an active role in teaching, advising, and performing cutting edge research in Large Optics Fabrication and Testing (LOFT) for 20 years. Dr. Burge currently works as the President of Arizona Optica Metrology, providing measurement solutions for optical surfaces and systems ranging from space telescopes to mass-produced consumer optics
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