We build and maintain reliable, versatile and powerful digital hologram software : including holovibes for real-time, low latency and high throughput image rendering and holowaves for streamlined hologram image rendering with MathWorks Matlab. We share our expertise in digital holography and train programmers in parallel computing to support the development of robust open source imaging software for demanding applications. Check our GitHub!
The digital holography foundation, through its collaborative and open source software platform, supports individuals, laboratories and companies by offering them concrete means to carry out computational optical imaging. The primary use case for our high bitrate software is laser Doppler holography. Optical tomography, microscopy, and vibrometry are also supported. Join our Discord and tell us about your project.
We train student programmers in Cpp/Cuda to fullfil a practical mission : Achieving image rendering through parallel computing on graphics processing units with a large variety of cameras, including high-speed CoaXPress streaming systems. We also train engineers and graduate students in device co-design and signal processing to improve robust image computation and wavefront analysis in Matlab, Python and Java. We offer internship positions all year round.
We encourage and promote the development of all initiatives in digital holography, including the most ambitious, on a global scale. If our action is useful to you, consider making a donation to support the Digital Holography Foundation. The Digital Holography Foundation is a place to learn, create, share, and provide state-of-the-art open-source computational imaging tools to help you achieve your imaging instruments based on coherent light detection including Doppler, optical coherence tomography, microscopy, vibrometry and any other application. Our mission is to support the development of reliable and powerful digital holography software and devices through education.
We are a non-profit organization that depends on donations to provide open source software and devices through education. When we made the Digital Holography Foundation a nonprofit, people told us it wouldn't be sustainable. We believe otherwise: a company would have been a drag on the global advancement of digital holography. You can donate here : Thanks, the Digital Holography Foundation members