Holography: Re-defined

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dc.contributor.author Richardson, Martin
dc.contributor.author Scattergood, Paul
dc.date.accessioned 2010-04-20T09:47:26Z
dc.date.available 2010-04-20T09:47:26Z
dc.date.issued 2009
dc.identifier.citation Richardson, M. and Scattergood, P. (2009) Holography: Re-defined. In: Braman, J. et al, eds. Handbook of Research on Computational Arts and Creative Informatics. London: IGI Global, pp. 103 - 112 en
dc.identifier.isbn 9781605663524
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/2086/3734
dc.description Copyright 2009 by IGI Global en
dc.description.abstract When writing this paper it became apparent that we were not only exponents of digital holography, but also the critics. This is a problem when it comes to new media. How can one begin to make objective critical theory on a subject when there are no historical or ideological structures that produce and constrain it? While other digital technologies prove well developed, semantic and expressive, digital holography has someway to go before any quantised analysis of the subject is possible. This paper is a collection of thoughts, nothing more. It wonders at the function of digital holography, seeking comparison from other media and explores holography’s influence as a radical form of electronic digital three-dimensional image capture. Within this context we draw comparison with other forms of image making, from cave paintings in Lascaux (France), to Fox Talbot’s early experiments to capture light, Corbusiers architectural designs of space, to early television transmission. They all have one unifying factor: the unfamiliar and the strange. Our intention is not immaterialism but solidification. We explore how civilization has attempted to fix its surrounding world with visual representation, to capture our ‘real’ three-dimensional world using a two-dimensional image. That said, it is not a perspicuous analysis of the historical development of imaging and representation. Rather it is an emblematic snapshoot of the possibilities offered by digital holography and how it may transform our perceptions of space. en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher IGI Global en
dc.subject hologram en
dc.subject three dimensional en
dc.subject holographic en
dc.title Holography: Re-defined en
dc.type Book chapter en
dc.researchgroup Imaging and Displays Research Group
dc.peerreviewed Yes en
dc.ref2014.selected 1368633084_0310680083742_34_1

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