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HowStuffWorks "How Holographic Memory Will Work"

HowStuffWorks "How Holographic Memory Will Work" | Holographics | Scoop.it
We're talking Star Wars-level futuristic here: Holographic memory could potentially store terabytes of data in a 1-centimeter cube. Learn how tomorrow's ultra-high-capacity computer memory will work!
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High memory capacity of holograms, used to store information!

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holography (optics) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

holography (optics) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia | Holographics | Scoop.it
means of creating a unique photographic image without the use of a lens. The photographic recording of the image is called a hologram, which appears to be an unrecognizable pattern of stripes and ...
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HowStuffWorks "How Holograms Work"

HowStuffWorks "How Holograms Work" | Holographics | Scoop.it
Holograms are 3-D images that have been projected and captured on a 2-D surface. Find out how holograms work and see how a hologram is produced.
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ScienceDirect.com - Optics Communications - Study of relationship between recording wavelength and hologram compression

ScienceDirect.com - Optics Communications - Study of relationship between recording wavelength and hologram compression | Holographics | Scoop.it
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Computer-Generated%20Holography%20as%20a%20Generic%20Display%20Technology.pdf

I description of the future usages of holography, and its advantages over conventional methods of displaying information.

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Carbon nanotubes used to create smallest ever hologram pixels

Carbon nanotubes used to create smallest ever hologram pixels | Holographics | Scoop.it
Carbon nanotubes are one billionth of a metre wide, only a few nanometres, and the scientists have used them as the smallest ever scattering elements to create a static holographic projection of the word CAMBRIDGE.
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