integral hologram

integral hologram

[′int·ə·grəl ′häl·ə‚gram]
(optics)
A type of hologram that is automatically synthesized from a large collection of photographs, each taken from a slightly different position.
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She was one of the pioneering holographers who specialised in the multiplex integral hologram type.
When embossed holograms became commercially popular in the 1980s, Sharon was the integral hologram cinematographer for several American Banknote Holographies' projects.
In 1993 Hugues literally destroyed the integral hologram production equipment, to make room for expansion of the embossing production, including new origination studios.
The company operated in a 50 sq m garage, where it pursued the objective of making large format integral holograms, or holographic stereograms (some of which were on show at Holo-pack*Holoprint as part of the 20th anniversary exhibit mounted by Hologram Industries).