BOOK A PRESENTATION: If you would like a presentation to your group or organization, including a display of laser holograms and an actual piece of wood from the Ark, Email: email@example.com or call 610-434-8236.
VISIT MY STUDIO: I have an Open House in my holography display room the last Saturday of every month from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. View laser holograms of ancient Biblical artifacts, wood from Noah's Ark, a display of the smallest scripture in the world (requiring a microscope), ancient Bibles, and various Christian 3D memorabilia. I volunteer this time and admission is free for the entire family., Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-434-8236.
HOLOGRAPHY...No other media in the world can match the three dimensional, high fidelity images of REAL laser holography. Holograms provide a nano-resolution, ultra- realism that is unequaled with any other 21st century imaging technology. Holograms provide a way to accurately "duplicate" whatever has been recorded, as if the object were right in front of you. A Nobel prize in physics was awarded to Dr. Dennis Gabor in 1971 for his work in what would become known as holography.
According to the journal Leonardo (MIT Press), holography issue vol. 22, no. 3/4, the definition of holography is as follows: "The process of recording a reflected, or calculated*, optical wavefront off the surface of an object that, upon reconstruction, yields a high-fidelity, three-dimensional image that contains all the spatial information of the object recorded."
I wrote the above definition for the journal issue (along with other laser and holography related definitions), as a member of the glossary team (*calculated has been added to include digital rendering technologies).
Holoworld.com is dedicated to presenting lasers, holography and holograms in an accurate light. It is a web site for students, amateurs, hobbyists and educators. I like to call it "holography for the rest of us".
My web site is a well-known destination, and has been online for over 20 years. Keep an eye on my World Map counter, which is located at the bottom of each and every holoworld.com web page. It is reset each year. It documents the many visitors from around the world that visit holoworld 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
-- Frank DeFreitas, January 10, 2016