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An air gap of 1/4" on both sides of the hologram avoids Newton's Rings and ensures optimum performance of the diffraction grating, which can be illuminated artificially or naturally.
Such a pattern, known as Newton's rings, results when light reflected from the plate interferes with light reflected from the lens surface.
This effectively removes image distortions and Newton's rings, resulting in improved sharpness and higher image quality.