Hologram of a woman blowing soap bubbles

Hologram of a woman blowing soap bubbles

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Caption: Hologram of a woman blowing soap bubbles - one of the frames from the first holographic film to be made at 25 frames per second on 126mm film. "Christiane and the Holobubbles" was made in August 1985 by Professor Smigielski at the Franco- German Institute of Saint-Louis in Paris. The film was made using a laser pulsing 25 times per second. The film lasts just one minute & can be viewed by only one person at a time, but is nonetheless a major technical achievement. (See T240/090 for a photograph of the shooting of the film, & T240/092 for a photo of Christiane viewing the film).

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Keywords: as cinema, christiane and the holobubble, cineholography, first holographic film, high-tech, hologram, holography, laser, lasers, movie, technology

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