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Simple Holography: The Easiest Way To Make Holograms

Albert Einstein once stated, "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."  We provide procedures to make holography as simple as physically possible, as well as safe, affordable, and more accessible.

Medical Applications of Holography

Holographic techniques have been widely applied with success for the study of different parts of human body including cornea, tooth mobility, tympanic membrane, basilar membrane, cochlea, temporal bone, incudo-mallar joint, chest, stull, and bones.

What are the Main Types of Holograms Today?

There are many types of holograms, and there are varying ways of classifying them. This article provides descriptions of the two main types of holograms (reflection and transmission) and their five hybrids that exist today.

Surface Relief Holography at $ 1.4 Billion and Growing

The worldwide surface relief hologram industry was valued at $ 1.39 billion in 2002, according to an global industry study by Reconnaissance International. Future growth through 2007 is projected at 12% per year.