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Simply Nailogical: The Canadian YouTube star with a day job at the federal government
It has the reverse curvature to the object beam itself and forms a real image of the object in the space beyond the holographic plate. When a plane wave-front illuminates a negative lens, it is expanded into a wave that appears to diverge from the focal point of the lens. Thus, when the recorded pattern is illuminated with the original plane wave, some of the light is diffracted into a diverging beam equivalent to the original spherical wave; a holographic recording of the point source has been created. If the recording medium is illuminated with a point source and a normally incident plane wave, the resulting pattern is a sinusoidal zone plate, which acts as a negative Fresnel lens whose focal length is equal to the separation of the point source and the recording plane. This missing key is provided later by shining a laser, identical to the one used to record the hologram, onto the developed film.
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A lens is required in photography to record the image, whereas in holography, the light from the object is scattered directly onto the recording medium. One beam (known as the illumination or object beam) is spread using lenses and directed onto the scene using mirrors. Some of the light scattered (reflected) from the scene then falls onto the recording medium.
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A holosexual is someone who is attracted to holographic objects. You may find yourself fascinated by nail art tutorials on YouTube, or be strangely soothed by watching glitter being poured.
After numerous requests from fans asking to hear her voice, she became more outgoing on YouTube. She began to record voiceovers in her videos, made her tutorials longer, and eventually appeared on-camera.
Reconstructing and viewing the holographic image
Holography can be put to a variety of uses other than recording images. Holographic data storage is a technique that can store information at high density inside crystals or photopolymers.
This is the reconstructed object beam, which enables a viewer to 'see' the original object even when it is no longer present in the field of view. When it is illuminated by only one of the waves used to create it, it can be shown that one of the diffracted waves emerges at the same angle as that at which the second wave was originally incident, so that the second wave has been 'reconstructed'. Thus, the recorded light pattern is a holographic recording as defined above. When a photograph is cut in half, each piece shows half of the scene.
When suitably lit, the interference pattern diffracts the light into an accurate reproduction of the original light field, and the objects that were in it exhibit visual depth cues such as parallax and perspective that change realistically with the relative position of the observer. That is, the view of the image from different angles represents the subject viewed from similar angles. When the hologram plate is illuminated by a laser beam identical to the reference beam which was used to record the hologram, an exact reconstruction of the original object wavefront is obtained. An imaging system (an eye or a camera) located in the reconstructed beam 'sees' exactly the same scene as it would have done when viewing the original. When the lens is moved, the image changes in the same way as it would have done when the object was in place.
Cristine Rotenberg has nearly seven million subscribers who watch her comedic videos. But from Monday to Friday, she crunches data for StatsCan.
This allows one to use holography to perform some simple operations in an all-optical way. Examples of applications of such real-time holograms include phase-conjugate mirrors ("time-reversal" of light), optical cache memories, image processing (pattern recognition of time-varying images), and optical computing. Normally, if a hologram is illuminated by a white light source, each wavelength can be considered to generate its own holographic reconstruction, and these will vary in size, angle, and distance. These will be superimposed, and the summed image will wipe out any information about the original scene, as if superimposing a set of photographs of the same object of different sizes and orientations. However, a holographic image can be obtained using white light in specific circumstances, e.g. with volume holograms and rainbow holograms.
But, unlike most YouTube stars who snag mass audiences, Rotenberg has kept her day job. For 6.8 million people she’s a web celebrity, but from Monday to Friday, she lives a quiet life crunching data as a crime statistics analyst at Statistics Canada.
It is no more possible to discern the subject of a hologram from this pattern than it is to identify what music has been recorded by looking at a CD surface. Note that the hologram is described by the speckle pattern, rather than the "wavy" line pattern. 1.Short for holographic, which in this context, means anything with a illuminescent pattern that diffuses light in rainbow patterns.
In 1971, Lloyd Cross opened the San Francisco School of Holography and taught amateurs how to make holograms using only a small (typically 5 mW) helium-neon laser and inexpensive home-made equipment. Holography had been supposed to require a very expensive metal optical table set-up to lock all the involved elements down in place and damp any vibrations that could blur the interference fringes and ruin the hologram.
Cross's home-brew alternative was a sandbox made of a cinder block retaining wall on a plywood base, supported on stacks of old tires to isolate it from ground vibrations, and filled with sand that had been washed to remove dust. The mirrors and simple lenses needed for directing, splitting and expanding the laser beam were affixed to short lengths of PVC pipe, which were stuck into the sand at the desired locations. The subject and the photographic plate holder were similarly supported within the sandbox. The recording medium should be able to resolve fully all the fringes arising from interference between object and reference beam. These fringe spacings can range from tens of micrometers to less than one micrometer, i.e. spatial frequencies ranging from a few hundred to several thousand cycles/mm, and ideally, the recording medium should have a response which is flat over this range.
- The holograms were made using femtosecond lasers, a laser that can excite physical matter to emit light in 3D form, the researchers explained in a paper.The lasers can produce high-frequency pulses, from 1,000 to 200,000 pulses per second depending on the type of laser.
- The edges of the medium will ultimately serve as a window through which the subject is seen, so its location is chosen with that in mind.
- Normally, if a hologram is illuminated by a white light source, each wavelength can be considered to generate its own holographic reconstruction, and these will vary in size, angle, and distance.
- Such changes can be caused by relative movements of any of the optical components or the object itself, and also by local changes in air-temperature.
- Each point source wave interferes with the reference beam, giving rise to its own sinusoidal zone plate in the recording medium.
These are holograms with high security features like micro texts, nano texts, complex images, logos and a multitude of other features. Holograms once affixed on Debit cards/passports cannot be removed easily. They offer an individual identity to a brand along with its protection.
Holographic glitter is made by embossing a fine pattern onto film, so that the surface reflects different colors of light in different directions — there is nothing intrinsically rainbow-colored about the glitter itself. Contrast this with more subtle iridescent glitter, which reveals various luminous colors depending on the angle at which it is viewed, and is made from a multilayered clear film, composed of polymers with different refractive indexes. Rotenberg’s channel, Simply Nailogical, has amassed nearly seven million subscribers and more than 1.2 billion views since she started it in 2014, and is the 19th most subscribed channel in Canada. Social Blade, a social media statistics website, estimates that Simply Nailogical makes Rotenberg anywhere between US$179,000 and $2.9 million a year, which she coyly conﬁrms.
The ability to store large amounts of information in some kind of medium is of great importance, as many electronic products incorporate storage devices. As current storage techniques such as Blu-ray Disc reach the limit of possible data density (due to the diffraction-limited size of the writing beams), holographic storage has the potential to become the next generation of popular storage media. The advantage of this type of data storage is that the volume of the recording media is used instead of just the surface. Currently available SLMs can produce about 1000 different images a second at 1024×1024-bit resolution.
The viewer is therefore effectively viewing the holographic image through a narrow horizontal slit, but the slit has been expanded into a window by the same dispersion that would otherwise smear the entire image. Stereopsis and horizontal motion parallax, two relatively powerful cues to depth, are preserved. A reflection-type volume hologram can give an acceptably clear reconstructed image using a white light source, as the hologram structure itself effectively filters out light of wavelengths outside a relatively narrow range. In theory, the result should be an image of approximately the same colour as the laser light used to make the hologram. In practice, with recording media that require chemical processing, there is typically a compaction of the structure due to the processing and a consequent colour shift to a shorter wavelength.
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The Craft Glitter is made from PVC film and the Polyester Glitter is made from PET films. The iridescent line combines both PET and acrylic together. The metallic glitters are made from film that is a single solid color. The holographic glitter is made from film that already has the holographic quality.
It allows the removal of the wavefront distortions a light beam receives when passing through an aberrating medium, by sending it back through the same aberrating medium with a conjugated phase. This is useful, for example, in free-space optical communications to compensate for atmospheric turbulence (the phenomenon that gives rise to the twinkling of starlight). The search for novel nonlinear optical materials for dynamic holography is an active area of research. The most common materials are photorefractive crystals, but in semiconductors or semiconductor heterostructures (such as quantum wells), atomic vapors and gases, plasmas and even liquids, it was possible to generate holograms. While many holographic data storage models have used "page-based" storage, where each recorded hologram holds a large amount of data, more recent research into using submicrometre-sized "microholograms" has resulted in several potential 3D optical data storage solutions.
A thick or volume hologram is one where the thickness of the recording medium is greater than the spacing of the interference pattern. If the angle of illumination is changed, reconstruction will occur at a different wavelength and the colour of the re-constructed scene changes. This requires very precise relocation of the developed holographic plate.
a recording medium which converts this interference pattern into an optical element which modifies either the amplitude or the phase of an incident light beam according to the intensity of the interference pattern. When the hologram is illuminated by the original reference beam, each of the individual zone plates reconstructs the object wave that produced it, and these individual wavefronts are combined to reconstruct the whole of the object beam. The viewer perceives a wavefront that is identical with the wavefront scattered from the object onto the recording medium, so that it appears that the object is still in place even if it has been removed. The second (reference) beam illuminates the recording medium directly.
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It is still used to create images of people objects, animals, etc. It is also used in credit cards and drivers licenses. Holograms are also used to help test different materials used in construction.
The field of view is also reduced, and the viewer will have to change position to see different parts of the scene. It can be seen that UH has four terms, each representing a light beam emerging from the hologram.
In this method, parallax in the vertical plane is sacrificed to allow a bright, well-defined, gradiently colored reconstructed image to be obtained using white light. The rainbow holography recording process usually begins with a standard transmission hologram and copies it using a horizontal slit to eliminate vertical parallax in the output image.
In September 2015, Rotenberg created her second YouTube channel, Simply Not Logical. She began posting videos there in August 2016, with her first video being titled "SimplyMailogical #1". On this channel, Rotenberg primarily posts vlogs and content outside of her usual nail art tutorials. Rotenberg launched her first channel, Simply Nailogical, in June 2014. She initially focused on short nail art videos that were less than a minute long. She also posted 15 second versions of videos she had on her Instagram at the time.
The white light source used to view these holograms should always approximate to a point source, i.e. a spot light or the sun. An extended source (e.g. a fluorescent lamp) will not reconstruct a hologram since its light is incident at each point at a wide range of angles, giving multiple reconstructions which will "wipe" one another out. A hologram can be copied optically by illuminating it with a laser beam, and locating a second hologram plate so that it is illuminated both by the reconstructed object beam, and the illuminating beam. Stability and coherence requirements are significantly reduced if the two plates are located very close together. An index matching fluid is often used between the plates to minimize spurious interference between the plates. Uniform illumination can be obtained by scanning point-by-point or with a beam shaped into a thin line.
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Atomic holography has evolved out of the development of the basic elements of atom optics. With the Fresnel diffraction lens and atomic mirrors atomic holography follows a natural step in the development of the physics (and applications) of atomic beams. Recent developments including atomic mirrors and especially ridged mirrors have provided the tools necessary for the creation of atomic holograms, although such holograms have not yet been commercialized. In 2000, Frank DeFreitas published the Shoebox Holography Book and introduced the use of inexpensive laser pointers to countless hobbyists. This was a very important development for amateurs, as the price of red laser diodes had dropped from hundreds of dollars in the early 1980s to about $5 after they entered the mass market as a component of DVD players in the late 1990s.
What does prefix Holo mean?
Holo is a multipurpose decentralized platform, with a primary objective to create a hosting space for social applications. These applications will be hosted outside the centralized internet through a peer-to-peer infrastructure based on cloud computing.