Move over Avatar and Jurassic World, Jesus is the king of 3D. My collection documents 150 years of Christian three-dimensional imaging science and technologies. Content ranges from 19th century stereo photography to 21st century holograms, and beyond.Read More
My ongoing trilogy with encoded micro holograms, free-space laser communication, and holographic image beacons. This research may result in exciting new opportunities and applications for evangelism, leading far into the future.Read More
The original online laser and hologram science fair learning page for students. Today's youth are the future of this emerging technology. A great resource for home schoolers, too. Presented by someone with 30+ years of real-world experience. Be safe and be sure.Read More
My past clients include: The Smithsonian Institution, Wash. D.C. (The Hirshhorn Museum & Ripley Education Center); The Franklin Institute, Phila; Stevens Institute of Technology; Liberty Science Center, NJ; The Discovery Center of Science and Technology, PA; Lehigh University Physics Dept.; University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology; California Institute of Technology; Northampton Commmunity College; Lehigh-Carbon Community College; Allentown Art Museum; Rodale Press; WFMZ-TV; NASA / Northrop Grumman; Georgian Court University Physics Dept.; AT&T; Lucent Technologies; U.S. Navy; Fuji Film Corp.; Dupont; the Urban Systemic Initiative (NSF); and many elementary, middle and high schools. National Science Foundation-funded programs; scouts; home school groups; corporate events; birthday parties; and teaching the first online class for holography, with America On Line, in 1995.
Deb and I are back in the lab making a few additional Biblical display holograms. Also working on digitizing 19th century stereo photography depicting early American camp meetings and traveling Evangelist tent revivals (for playback on 3D-HDTV cinema screens and autostereoscopic displays). Exciting stuff ... stay tuned.