Holograms and Holography

Hologram

1.5m by 1m Michelin man hologram produced for the Stoke on Trent festive in 1987

World's largest glass plate hologram. Produced for the Michelin Tyre company in 1986 for the Stoke on Trent garden festival

 

On the right is a letter from Prof. Benton, the inventor of the hologram technique used for the project.  He certifies that the hologram is the largest hologram in the world using his technique

hɒləɡram/ noun - A three-dimensional image formed by the interference of light beams from a laser or other coherent light source.

 

A photograph of an interference pattern which, when suitably illuminated, produces a three-dimensional image.  Holography is a technique which enables three-dimensional images (holograms) to be made. 

 

It involves the use of laser, interference, diffraction, light intensity recording and suitable illumination of the recording. The image changes as the position and orientation of the viewing system changes in exactly the same way as if the object were still present,

thus making the image appear three-dimensional.

Dual image flip hologram produced for Samsung

Samsung dual image flip hologram

Produced for a display at Heathrow

Beatles drum kit hologram.  Produced as a 10,000 limited edition box set for HMV to celebrate the launch of the first ever complete set of Beatles CDs

a dual image exhibition hologram for Salomon
Produced for a Hoechst exhibition

Salomon exhibition hologram 

Dual image flip hologram

50cm by 60cm glass plate 

 

Michelin embossed hologram sticker

Red blood cell hologram

30cm by 40cm glass plate

Produced for ​a Hoechst exhibition

Full colour Eddie Izzard hologram

Produced for a video cover

Brochure cover hologram

Produced for Phillips

Security anti counterfeit hologram

Produced for Pilkington Glass

Medium to large scale holograms are ideal for use as display pieces for exhibitions, instore, office foyers and museums.  

 

The smaller sticker holograms can be used for brochure covers, security anti counterfeit applications and give aways

 

For information about a unique collection of art holograms please see http://www.globalimages-hologramartcollection.com/

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