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Hologram Reproduces 100-frame Video Images

JagsLive (1106379) writes | more than 6 years ago

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JagsLive writes "'Tech On' reports: http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20070 712/135920/ Dai Nippon Printing and Sony's Hologram Reproduces 100-frame Video Images: " With the new hologram, moving images such as animation and live action can be played back by changing the viewing angle. It is targeted for authentication stickers, etc. used as measures against counterfeit products. The companies have already started receiving orders. Although the production cost of the Lippmann hologram is higher than that of the embossed hologram, which uses a die to transfer interference patterns, the Lippmann hologram has an advantage that it makes counterfeiting more difficult. ""
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