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RESPONSIVE BRAIN HOLOGRAMS

Digital Holography is at the top of 3-D visualization techniques because it is auto-stereoscopic and does not require a computer to view. Read more
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THE HAPTIC HOLOGRAPHY PROJECT

Haptic Holography was first proposed by workers at MIT in the 80s. Read more
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THE RAIL PROJECT

Digital holography has now grown to be a commercially available full-colour process. The state of the art facility for full-colour holograms that may now be printed as large as murals is situated in Toronto. The technology was developed in Canada. Read more
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MOBILE INTERACTIVE HOLOGRAPHY PROJECT

The Mobile Technology project involves the animation of a 3D construct in the form of a digital hologram that is dimensionally super-imposed over the video display. Read more
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THE HOLOGRAPHIC BOOK PROJECT

This project will showcase the talent of 6 artists participating in the creation of a limited edition holographic book. Read more
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Visualization of Complex Medical Data Using Next-Generation Holographic Techniques

PHASE Labs intends to make medical imaging more accurate and accessible by developing a  viewing/workstation that translates 3D medical data into holographic form for printing, at a vastly reduced cost. Read more