Editor’s choice for the week: 4 great articles on #holographic phenomena
Perhaps one of the first recollections many of us have of witnessing a hologram is that of Princess Leia’s in Star Wars. 34 years after the release of that film, holographic displays have come a long way and the uses of holograms have stretched across many domains. Read the following articles to know more.
1. Future of Smartphones: Holograms and Folding Screens
Watch these two videos on the possible holographic features of future smart phones. Is this the next wave of technology after NFC?
2. Holograms to hide confidential information within data
Dr. Habib Hamam, a Université de Moncton professor, has devised holograms that take public images and hide confidential information within the data. Will this have an impact in the development on digital identification?
3. Holograms employed in the anti-counterfeiting battle
Holograms used as an overt authentication feature on pharmaceutical products.
4. IHMA welcomes new move to protect holograms
Following a move in Taiwan, the International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA) seeks to “normalize” holograms as protected item.