Who invented the hologram?

Answer Hungarian scientist Dennis Gabor invented holography, a three-dimensional imaging technique, in 1947 "while working to improve the resolution of an electron microscope," according to Holophile, Inc... Read More »

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Where was the first hologram invented?

The theoretical process and the term "hologram" were both invented in Britain by Dennis Gabor in 1947. However, the first holograms---the 3D visual representations as we know them today---were made... Read More »

Is Earth a hologram?

According to Merriam-Webster's dictionary, a hologram is "a three-dimensional image reproduced from a pattern of interference produced by a split coherent beam." Essentially, a hologram is an illus... Read More »

Is there a hologram for iPhone 4S?

You get given a little needle thing when you but it and you put the tip of the needle in the sim card slot and push hard, then it springs out and you can take out your micro sim

Why Is a Hologram Not a 3D Photograph?

Holographic and 3-D photographs, though they're both types of three-dimensional still shots, the similarity ends there. Holograms are regarded as true three-dimensional images, whereas 3-D photogra... Read More »