14th July 2008 - 03:20 AM
since few days i have read about hologaphic technology
i have a master concpts about this technology
- I want to create a word in the air with holograhpy tech
what the tools and materials requires to do this experiment
from where can I get it
I use this words in 3d studies it facilitates many things to me
I want the answer accurately because this matter is extremely important to me
14th July 2008 - 04:31 AM
Unlike in the movies, holograms can't be projected into this air, you have to be looking at the physical hologram in order to see the 3D image.
Congratulations on mastering holography in a few days. It took me months of study in graduate school to get a working grasp of the concepts involved.
15th July 2008 - 08:04 PM
Holograms are still works in progress and lifting the image up to the surface in movies is shear play.
16th July 2008 - 12:57 AM
If you're looking *at* a hologram, the 3D image can appear in front of the actual physical hologram, behind it, or with some in front and some behind.
One of the most impressive white-light holograms I've ever seen was of a nickel-plated revolver, which appeared directly behind the glass substrate of the holographic emulsion. If you were to see this glass hologram on top of a wooden box, you'd think that there was a real gun in the box.
If you're interested in learning holography, including making them yourself, I'd suggest you purchase a copy of Fred Unterseher's "Holography Handbook", available from Ross Books.
I was a friend of his back in the 90's, but have lost track of him since. (I helped him "tune" the ruby laser he used for taking holograms of humans.) He's unique in the fact that he took a holographic portrait (life sized) of Ronald Reagan for the Reagan Library, the only holographic portrait ever taken of a living President. (It isn't in the Reagan Library, however, as Nancy Reagan hated it.)