white light hologram

white light hologram

[′wīt ¦līt ′häl·ə‚gram]
(optics)
A reflection hologram which can be viewed with an ordinary light source.
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Some of the critical steps along the way came with the invention of the laser in 1960, then the invention of white light holograms in 1962 and off-axis reference beam holography a year later, leading to the production of the first laser transmission hologram in the 1963.
But we didn't publish because our sponsors, the Battelle people, revealed that their man Nile Hartman had come upon the white light holograms themselves several months earlier, in August 1965.