On Mon, Feb 26, 2001 at 07:15:39PM -0800, Adrian Tymes wrote:
> He was talking about "atom holography". Either Meystre misunderstands
> holography or I do - and I'm not taking bets either way - but my
> understanding of holography is an ability to make a series of two
> dimensional images look like three dimensions, not actually recreating
> the object.
You're misunderstanding holography. Holography uses constructive and
destructive interference between two coherent radiation sources (lasers)
to reconstruct the wavefront of light that would be reflected from the
original physical image; it's a true three-dimensional reconstruction
of the original's appearance, not a bunch of 2D images.
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