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New Hologram Paper
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21 Jul 2017 01:26 AM EST

TechRadar has reported that a team based at the University of Utah has developed a new process for creating holograms that makes them much cheaper to manufacture, while improving the color, brightness, and viewing angle. It has managed this by creating a film that, when a light is shone through it, creates a hologram that can apparently create an image akin to a full-color photograph. The paper was published on the Scientific Reports section of Nature. At the moment the team has only created 2D holograms, but it says that it wouldn’t be difficult to create full-color 3D moving images using the same system.

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