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1 February 1991 Modern holographic studio
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The results of work of the holographic studio of the State Optical Institute which is equipped with multicolor pulsed lasers and continuous wave lasers as well as appropriate photomaterials are presented. In this studio any technique of recording can be realized in pratice for various objects including alive. Maximum size of monochrome holograms is 1. 2 x 0. 8 m and color holograms is 60x40 cm 1. INTRODtXT ION At present the display ho lography is the most mass appl icat ion of ho lographic methods popul ar among the populat ion. Due to the permanent interest of holographers to production of display holograms the methods of their recording are now brought to perfection and quality of holograms is of such a level that an observer in a number of cases prefers the holographic image to the original. Such progress in display holography allows transition from technical problems of image quality improvement to problems of artistic representation of objects and forms of the world around. Organization of holographic studios is one of the ways for realization of such a transition. These holographic studios provide the possibility of systematic recording of a wide range of objects and compositions including peopl. nd animals. The first steps in this direction were made in the USSR and USA in 19671970 now the holographic studios exist also in other countries. Broad prospects in realization of artistic
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V. Z. Bryskin, Vitaly N. Krylov, and Dmitry I. Staselko "Modern holographic studio", Proc. SPIE 1238, Three-Dimensional Holography: Science, Culture, Education, (1 February 1991);


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