posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 08:53 AM
reply to post by mother1138
Wow. 7 to 10 years away is not that far off for commercial applications.
I hope I am dead by then. I don't want a hologram of a maniac, martian or werewolf to chase me down the street. You know these applications are not
going to be for GOOD.
Ever since Emmett Leith and Juris Upatnieks made the first laser holograms in 1963, holography has been the future of three-dimensional imaging.
Once created, a hologram can be illuminated to create a pattern of light waves that replicates the light reflected by the original object, generating
a 3D image without the need for special glasses.
Could this already be in operation like with the Norway Spiral and a few of the other weird sky things we see?
It is said, we will be duped by ET disclosure because we will be tantalized with a hologram of a spaceship.
That is not to say ET does not exist, only that the one we see first, pay attention to "and obey" will be a phony.