- Conference date: 27–29 June 2012
- Location: Ancona, Italy
Vibrometry is a modern contactless measurement technique to analyze vibrations in different applications. It is extremely important for industry and research. Since spatial light modulators (SLM) have been developed, new techniques in vibrometry are possible. This paper presents two applications which use the SLM as actor instead of a galvanic mirror. Both techniques modify the phase of the wave front of a laser beam by using an SLM. On the one hand, it allows varying the focus plane and repositioning of a spot without any mechanical device. For that, special patterns have to be written to the SLM. On the other hand, overlay patterns can be used to reduce speckle drop-outs nearly without changing position and focus of the spot. For both applications an optimized signal level is the key to get sufficient results in a rougher environment.
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