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Spectacular Holography

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Drawings in Three Dimensions.


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3D TV, Without the Glasses - Science Now

3D TV, Without the Glasses - Science Now | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it


Holography is expensive and practical only for displaying still images rather than full-motion video.


In recent years, researchers have come up with several alternatives.


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The Holographic Universe (Part One)


The Holographic universe suggests that the physical world we believe to be real is in fact illusion.


Energy fields are decoded by our brains into a 3D picture, to give the illusion of a physical world.






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Touch the future as interactive 3D holograms become reality

Touch the future as interactive 3D holograms become reality | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it


All science, no fiction - Holoxica is about to unveil the next step in holographic technology.

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Holographic room of the future

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Being in holographic room you can communicate with anyone in the virtual environment interlocutor, who almost indistinguishable from reality.


Imagine, for example, as you go in to itself home after a tiring work,press at button and find yourself on the wide beaches, feeling the salty air and listening to the soothing sound of the waves.

 
In the days of the classic Star Trek,such technologies has simply blew imagination and seemed to be something unattainable.



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How Holograms Work

How Holograms Work | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it


Holograms are 3-D images that have been projected and captured on a 2-D surface.


Find out how holograms work and see how a hologram is produced.

If you want to see a hologram, you don't have to look much farther than your wallet.

Th­ere are holograms on most driver's licenses, ID cards and credit cards. If you're not old enough to drive or use credit, you can still find holograms around your home.

They're part of CD, DVD and software packaging, as well as just about everything


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Holograph-Projecting Phones - HP Labs Produced the First Ever 3D

Holograph-Projecting Phones - HP Labs Produced the First Ever 3D | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it

 

3D Hologram - HP Labs researchers have created the first screen to produce a 3D hologram display without the need for the use to wear any special glasses

 

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 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzRBU-5zs7Y&feature=player_embedded

 

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I am voting for Holography

I am voting for Holography | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it

 

Holography is a technique which enables three-dimensional images, known as holograms, to be made.

 

The process is similar to the method used to create photographs, except that rather than recording an image, holography involves capturing light fields.

 

Two beams of light are created by the refraction of one light beam directed at a mirror.

 

One beam of light is directed at the object to be documented, while the other illuminates the recording medium.

 

The two beams come together to create an “interference pattern” on a photographic plate.

 

The plate is then developed, and a laser light is projected through the hologram. The interference pattern scatters the light, creating a projected, three-dimensional, ghostlike image of the original object.

 

The inventor of this process, Dennis Gabor (1900-1979), fled from Nazi Germany in 1933, and was invited to Britain to work at the development department of the British Thomson-Houston company in Rugby, Warwickshire.

 

He became a British citizen in 1946, and it was while working at British Thomson-Houston that he invented holography, in 1947. He was awarded the 1971 Nobel Prize in Physics  - See more at:

 

http://www.topbritishinnovations.org/PastInnovations/Holography.aspx#sthash.XhcHdrH9.dpuf

 

 

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4D Holography Exhibition : Songshan Cultural District

4D Holography Exhibition : Songshan Cultural District | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it

 

 

 

 

 

 

The renovated Songshan Cultural District in Taipei is bustling with cultural events and visiting exhibitions.

 

Novated Songshan Cultural District in Taipei is bustling with cultural events and visiting exhibitions. In my last visit to Taipei I was fortunate to catch a few of those, the first being the wonderful Nathan Sawaya’s Lego Artand just next to it a 4D "The Wonder of Holography".

 

 

I know what you’re thinking, 4D, eh? yeah, the number of dimensions is a tricky thing. There are movie cinemas in Hong Kong claiming 4D with 3D glasses and a 4th dimension involving some sort of sensation (moving chairs, water splash, etc.) but here it’s abit different. It’s 2D images constructed as holographs that appear as if the image is popping up and moving from the wall. There’s depth, hence the 3rd dimension, and there’s movement, hence, the forth dimension. So, 4D image.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Eko9p7gnI0s

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wPs3c4HJdf4

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=yfcggl1CAQQ

 

 

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=TWYdbjHFNWE

 

 

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=pV-rprP7DpE

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YjEBCT4kcSE

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=K1uv6fOpm20

 

 

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=iqaKM4dcZUI

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Drg5Pw3MLmo

 

 

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HJeozaBk07U

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YStgWQ-kyUI

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=D0FeuIH-tfg

 

 

 

 

 

It’s not really a new technology, but it did get someone a noble prize. Hungrian-British Dennis Gabor won the physics Nobel prize in 1971 for this invention, no less. Which means that it started a few decades before that during the 1940s. People once thought that this would change the world as we know it, and it does have some interesting scientific applications but it never made it to popular folk demand. With that said, there is a small group of holography fanatics that do and collect these things, and the Taipei group is what’s behind this exhibition.




What do those things look like? it’s impossible to capture in a still photo but atleast the movement and change can be captured in video, even though it’s lacking the depth that gives it the wonderful 3D sensation.

Here, have a look at these …




 

 
 
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Learn About 3D Holograms In This Iron Man ...

Learn About 3D Holograms In This Iron Man ... | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it



Want to know more about the real-world tech that could give us the kind of 3D imaging Tony Stark uses as Iron Man?


This clip takes a look at the science behind 3D projection technology and asks when we might see it in our own lives.

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Holographic Universe FULL movie


The perceptions we observe may well be coming from an artificial source. Suppose we could take our brain out of our body and keep it alive in a glass jar.


Put a computer in which all kinds of information can be recorded.


Transmit the electrical signals of all the data related to a setting such as image, sound and smell into this computer.


Connect this computer to the sensory centers in our brain with electrodes and send the pre-recorded data to our brain.


As our brain perceives these signals it will see and live the setting correlated with these.



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The Holographic Universe, yes or no!



There are many videos on YouTube that say the Universe is a hologram and that everything is just an illusion.


But even a hologram needs a physical process to produce and maintain it as a three dimensional image.


If our Universe is a hologram or uses the holographic principle in some way then this process must be universal and woven into the fabric of space and time.


I believe such a process would not work like a piece of holographic film interacting with a laser.


The process would have the dynamic geometry of three dimensional spacetime with a built in symmetry at every 'moment of time'. In fact the process would look very similar to what we are seeing in this video clip.


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Future organ production a possibility with 3D stem cell printer

Future organ production a possibility with 3D stem cell printer | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it



A human embryonic stem cell printed on a home-made 3D printer.


Using stem cells as a form of 'ink', the Heriot-Watt University team, led by Dr Will Shu, think they'll soon be able to print human tissue.


Bioengineer Alan Faulkner-Jones built the printer which uses a valve-based technique to deposit whole, live cells onto a surface

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Rose and Thistle Media Inc.

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Rose and Thistle Media is a pioneer in the development of 4D (Holographic) motion picture projection technology.

 

This cutting edge technology is currently being used to create a North American wide tour of Quest: Beyond The Stars, a feature film shot in conjunction with the National Aeronautic Space Agency (NASA) and the US Public Broadcasting System.

 

4D projection is an evolutionary step beyond 3D in that special eye wear is not required and the film subject matter can be rotated as if live.

 

Rose and Thistle Media Website:

www.roseandthistlemedia.com

 

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Mummy's secrets revealed by 3D holography imaging

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Egyptian Mummies shrouded for over 2000 years could be set to give up their inner secrets like never before.

 

Thanks to a 3D hologram imaging process developed by Edinburgh-based Holoxica, the Rhind Mummy has been revealed in true 3D. 


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Mystery Holograms

 

I have 3 buttons/pins that I seem to recall being Holograms, but they are unlike any holograms I have ever seen since. I bought them in a museum over 20 year?

 

 

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Leap Motion + Hologram = The Future of Awesomeness

Leap Motion + Hologram = The Future of Awesomeness | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it

 

Whether you like gesture control or not, Leap Motion’s fine-grain floating-finger input looks like pure future.

 

And it only gets better when you’re controlling a pseudo-hologram with it. And that’s exactly what Robbie Tilton didwith his Tony Stark-worthy setup.

 

Using a four-sided prism and an illusion known as Pepper’s Ghost, Tilton was able to project a floating globe off the surface of a supine computer monitor and then used the Leap Motion to twist it around with a flick of the wrist. There’s not much more to it than that, but there doesn’t have to be; it’s awesome.

 

The same concept could prove useful — and eye-catching — for engineers and designers who need to be able to examine a digital object from all sides, whether it’s projected as a hologram or just a 2D image on a monitor.

The future can’t come fast enough.

 

http://vimeo.com/59377788

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