From: Philippe Monnoyer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 08/14/00-10:33:12 AM Z
Yes you can view reflexion holograms with any point light. However, a
transmission hologram cannot be viewed without a laser.
Yes, a hologram is a series of fringes, rebuilding the 3D image when lighted.
The holotest plates are probably still usable.
You can, by the way use it as a extremely high definition B/W material. Of
course it is very slow, the grains are some tens of nm in diameter.
I put the DlogE curves on my site (what will be my site)
(HD means on glass plate, 56 means green sensitive, 75 means red sensitive)
Plate or film = same thing
Philippe MONNOYER, Ph.D.
Centre Spatial de Liege
Avenue du Pre-Aily
Parc Scientifique du Sart-Tilman
Phone: +32 4 367 66 68
Fax: +32 4 365 23 46
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