Holography, from the Greek words for “whole” and “writing/ drawing”, is the technique for creating three-dimensional images. Discovered accidentally by physicist Dennis Gabor in the 1940s, it was only when lasers developed in the 1960s that the first optical hologram was created. Using halogen-based photographic emulsions to record 3-D images on 2-D surfaces, in simple terms holograms split and stretch recorded light into 3-D shapes.
We are just back from Venice where he had a small job doing some AV stuff for artist Martha Fiennes. Whilst there we visited the Biennale Art Exhibition, and were blown away by some really interesting usage of AV. ... See MoreSee Less