Holography for the New Millennium (Hardcover)

Holography for the New Millennium By Jacques Ludman (Editor), H. John Caulfield (Editor), Juanita Riccobono (Editor) Cover Image

Holography for the New Millennium (Hardcover)

By Jacques Ludman (Editor), H. John Caulfield (Editor), Juanita Riccobono (Editor)

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Holography was invented by Dennis Gabor in 1947, long before the technology existed to make good use of it. It was reinvented (independently) in the 1960s by Emmett Leith and Juris Upatnieks, and is now poised to achieve widespread application. Holograms are now being used as tools in many industries, from heads-up displays in aircraft to providing three-dimensional images of internal organs without surgery or dangerous radiation.
Product Details ISBN: 9780387953342
ISBN-10: 0387953345
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: October 4th, 2002
Pages: 319
Language: English