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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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In the 1960s, for instance, the military tried to develop so-called optical correlators that could detect threats by optically comparing reconnaissance images with patterns of enemy vehicles stored holographically.
Robinson's holographically assisted swan song in "Soylent Green.
For our 40th anniversary, I wanted Alvin holographically or something to be in the lobby walking right past you, and I think that's possible.
Information is recorded holographically by superimposing two mutually coherent beams inside a photosensitive medium.
will introduce Geometric Pigments, which are holographically embossed, vacuum metallized, die-cut particles that produce different spectral colors when viewed at different angles in clear polymers.
The nebula-blocking filter must be made either holographically," said Brown, "or by using sophisticated thin-film deposition techniques that require so many layers the cost becomes prohibitive.
SGI envisions the "future" FutureFlight Central as being the center of a digital nervous system connecting aircraft simulators with real-time airport operational data -- all viewed with holographically projected photorealistic imagery.
IT training companies will project their services holographically over global networks onto the desk.
8] Destruction of the countryside is complete, but pre-industrial pastoral scenes are produced holographically every morning.
The light source is a high-intensity xenon flash in combination with a holographically inscribed grating monochromator.
Termed the Holographic Data Storage System (HDSS), the technology calls for data to be stored holographically as "pages" of bits within an optical medium such as a crystal.
Most read him for the great gadgets, hip fashion, and holographically detailed sentences.