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Science Center Exhibition
Dutch Holographic Laboratory is hosting a holographic exhibition in the Science Center of TU Delft from October 7th until October 11th.
This exhibition will be widely accessible to the visitors of the Science Center from October 7th until October 8th. The Science Center's primary aim is to make young people enthusiastic about technology and to bring them more understanding and interest in the way technical problems are solved and how technology creates new opportunities.
On October 8th, 9th and 10th the holography exhibition will be part of the Face2Phase conference organized on the initiative of the TU Delft Imaging Physics faculty in collaboration with Photonics.nl and SPIE.
The Face2Phase conference focuses on phase-information imagery and subjects will be treated like lensless imaging, aberration retrieval, adaptive and active optics, ptychography, holography, tomography, phase retrieval and other applications.
Dutch Holographic Laboratory exhibits 11 major holograms. Below are, for example, the following holograms: The renowned "Microscope" where the function of the microscope is integrated into the hologram. The "Brick" that watcher convinces the combination of horizontal and vertical parallax. The large Holograms (100x200cm) of the Shroud of Turin that show how from a gray scale calculation from a historical 2D object a 3D hologram can be created. Situational Awareness, this hologram demonstrates that, thanks to the highly densified information that is recorded in the holographic gratings, an event can also be recorded.
Exhibition ZKM Karlsruhe
July 2013 - January 2014
At the 5th of July the Center for Art and Media (ZKM) in Karlsruhe starts an exhibition about the history of holography. The exhibition shows a selection of artistic works from the most important holographic collection at the ZKM . For more information click here
New book on Holography
The latest book about holographic display technology was published by CRC Press and was written by Hans Bjelkhagen and David Brotherton-Ratcliffe. The book subscribes the latest technology in full color and computer generated holography. The title of the book is Ultra-Realistic Imaging. http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439827994
PHOTONIA Melkweg Amsterdam
From May 3th till June 9th cultural center “De Melkweg” in Amsterdam organized an exhibition about Rudy Berkhout and what he meant for holographical arts. The exhibition was opened with a presentation by the holography expert Walter Spierings, director of Dutch Holographic Laboratory. He gave the audience an introduction in holographic techniques and he explained in which ways the works of Rudie Berkhout are important for the holographic arts.
Happy New Year
The DHL crew wishes you a happy New Year.
To read the original message click here.
World Wide Largest Computer Generated Photoresist made by DHL
In July we invested in a new high power laser and a high resolution Lcos beamer. With this laser we were able to produce the worlds largest 3D computer generated "full color" hologram of 30 x 30cm (12 x 12”) on photoresist. The quality of the holographic image was improved by the in house build projector with the new high resolution Lcos-panel.
New Large Holographic Table
We just installed a large newport table measuring 600cm x 150cm x 96cm. This table will expand our capabilities in large format hologram production.
A new building of 100m2 was added to the main building. The new building will be used for R&D into new holographic systems.
Holography: Tribute to Professor Stephen A. Benton
Read all about Stephen Benton's work here.
Happy New Year
The DHL crew wishes you a happy new year.
To read about our projects from last year click here.
Holography pioneer Stephen Benton dies at 61
November 12, 2003
Holography pioneer Professor Stephen Benton, inventor of the rainbow holography, dies at 61.
Paper:The Digital Holography Era
The paper The Digital Holography Era was presented at the conference Holography,Art and Design.
Organized by the holography group of the Royal Photographic Society on 23 march 2002 at the Royal College of Arts, London , England
Order your favourite holograms in the UPDATED HologramShop!
Now it is possible to order your holograms in the HologramShop of our website. Orders will be managed via e-mail in combination with fax. Choose your holograms from our stock of 16 sparkling and surprising holograms. On request we will frame and light your holograms, using our own lighting system: the telescope spot. To visit the HologramShop, press the "HologramShop"-tab in the menubar, or simply click here
Dutch Holographic Laboratory released the Digital Full Color holoprinter in 1997. This printer is an add on to your normal Holographic setup for 2D/3D graphics art. It allows you to make fully automated digital 3D computer generated holograms and multiple photo generated holograms. It also allows fully automated 2D/3D recording (without the intermediate step of using litho's) of holograms. The 1997 release could only print holograms up to 20x25 cm (8x10 inch). At the end of 1999 holograms up to 30x40 cm (12x16 inch) could be printed, due to a new Slitholder. The latest development in the Digital holoprinter is the use of a Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) in stead of a LCD screen for recording the holograms. This brings within reach the possibility to produce larger holograms with higher contrast. And the use of a DMD may lead to the use of new types of Holographic material. The new Digital holoprinter can also be used for reflection hologram Mastering...
You'll find more details about the Digital Full Color holoprinter, the renewed slitholder and the DMD at the holoprinter Page. Click at the holoprinters TAB or the image of the holoprinter Kit...
We make your designs into a 3D hologram!
Let Dutch Holographic make a Rapid Virtual Prototype of your 3D DXF model within a few days. The Dutch Holographic HologramCAD Printer enables speedy visualisation of your design, including moving parts or animation upto 40x30 cm. Think of the attraction at your booth at an exhibition. Try it now!
|Example: Your wireframe converted into a 3D hologram|
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