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holographic

adjective cursive, graphic, handwritten, in black and white, in longhand, in print, in writing, inscribed, inscriptional, longhand, manuscript, on paper, penned, printed, scribbled, scriptorial, scriptural, under one's hand, written
Associated concepts: execution of a will, nuncapative will, Probate Court, Surrogates Court, will formalities
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The expanded scope of The Holography Conference means that the organisers are inviting papers covering commercial developments and aspects of holography in authentication and security; packaging and printing; LED screens, HOEs and solar panels; nano- and micro-structures, and alternative light-control applications, as well as developments in hologram origination and production or any novel and innovative future applications for holograms.
The overall digital holography market is segmented on the basis of application into microscopy, holographic display, and holographic television & telepresence.
The researchers have shown how light from computer-generated holography could be used to stimulate these repaired cells in mouse retinas, saying that the key is to use a light stimulus that is intense, precise, and can trigger activity across a variety of cells all at once.
Holography is a photographic process in which light is bent to create a three-dimensional picture.
The author addresses the field of particle characterization where digital holography has proven its capability for dynamic measurement of particles in 3D for sizing and shape characterization which offers applications in microfluidics as well as crystallization and aerosol detection studies.
Analog and Digital Holography with MATLAB focuses on the programming side of 3D imaging techniques--the codes required in order to perform complex mathematical and physical operations.
JHS, to be launched in January, is targeted to scientists and engineers working in the fields of holography, speckle, lasers, optical science and engineering.
In photoelectron holography, a burst of finely tuned X-rays illuminates a small patch on a crystal surface.
This authoritative work focuses on practical holography, including methods for white light illumination, full color holography, and holographic recording of natural scenes.
110 delegates from 74 organisations and 26 countries attended The Holography Conference[TM] in this--the 70th anniversary of the invention of the hologram--in Barcelona, Spain last month.
23 SCIENCE that they have passed important milestones in X-ray holography, the main microscopy technique for producting three-dimensional images.