Holograms: The Very Image of the War on ID Counterfeiting
- Added dimensions in packaging security. // Packaging Digest;Jul2010, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p36
The article focuses on the application of holographic technology to protect products against counterfeiters and give manufacturers an idea for effective appeal through three-dimensional (3D) visual effects and shining colors. It considers holographic films an ideal option for the packaging...
- Holography: Three-Dimensional Images. Goldman, Phyllis Barkas // Monkeyshines on Great Inventors;1997, p62
One of the most exciting developments in laser applications and photography is holography. It is a system for producing three-dimensional images using photographic film and laser light, but without cameras and lenses. Holography allows viewing reproduced images in a similar way, except that...
- Rotary Koater helps banks in fighting fraud. Foxwell, Mark // Printing World;3/3/2005, Vol. 289 Issue 9, p44
Reports on the use of Rotary Koater developed by RK Print Coat Instruments by banks to fight bank fraud. Design features and specifications; Application of the machine to be used for quality control testing to ensure the consistency of inks and substrates over time; Application of the versatile...
- OFF-THE-SHELF 'HOLES.' Ditlea, Steve // Computer Graphics World;Oct2001, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p36
Focuses on the development of holographic displays for industrial applications in university laboratories in the United States and Japan. Availability of three-dimensional displays in the commercial sector; Demonstration of holography into public perception; Stretchable membrane mirror as the...
- Chat-Room face-off. // Discover;Jan2000, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p21
Reports on British electrical engineer Adrian Hilton's creation of software that makes it easy for computer users to generate dynamic three-dimensional (3D) images of themselves.
- Holograms Go Futuristic. CHANG, MARIA L. // Science World;02/08/99, Vol. 55 Issue 9, p16
Presents information on holograms. Description of holograms; Examples of futuristic kinds of holograms; How holograms are made.
- Maximum information capacity of a three-dimensional hologram. Kuz’min, Yu. I. // Technical Physics Letters;Sep97, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p711
This Letter is devoted to the problem of the maximum information capacity of a threedimensional hologram with optimal utilization of the dynamic range of the storage medium. A hologram is treated as an object of information theory. Diffraction-limited holographic writing is analyzed on the basis...
- Three-dimensional Movies. // Management Review;Sep68, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p59
Informs on 'stop-action holography,' a development which may speed the perfecting of extremely realistic three-dimensional movies. Use of a 'laser stroboscope'.
- Mode Theory of Three-Dimensional Superimposed Holograms: III. Hologram Crosstalk. Orlov, V. V. // Optics & Spectroscopy;Jun2002, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p948
Crosstalks of three-dimensional superimposed holograms, caused by multiple wave diffraction at crossmodulation and intermodulation hologram gratings, were studied. It was shown that the intensity of these interferences depends on the method of data coding in physical parameters of hologram...