The main purpose of this study is to test the software which runs circuits using a holographic interferometer. With this, it will be possible to develop coding that making the circuit elements work more productively. This study will make testing simpler by using different code clusters and algorithms that can be tested on the same sample or different samples, which vary from being more durable to interchangeable, making it simple to observe whether or not the charge is distributed throughout the circuit evenly. The first step in this study was to test the precision of the experiments mechanism by factoring in the interference pattern by creating a simple electrical circuit element hologram and observing it. First, a hologram of the Arduino circuit in its non-working state was made, then the interference of its working state was observed alongside the hologram by implementing the code, the two states were also compared. By doing so, the possibility of being able to compare and contrast the states of varying code clusters create on the circuit by hologram was tested. The main purpose of our study is to be able to make software comparisons using holographic interferometry in circuit analysis. It was observed that users are able to easily record the hologram, without the use of other mechanisms or a laboratory, in order to use them in testing.