Definition of holography in English:

holography

Line breaks: hol|og¦raphy
Pronunciation: /hɒˈlɒgrəfi
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The study or production of holograms.
More example sentences
  • In classical holography, a laser beam reflected off an object interferes with a reference beam, and the interference pattern is recorded on a photographic plate.
  • We'll cover the fundamentals needed to understand basic optical concepts such as radiometry, polarization, diffraction, and holography, including some examples of how these concepts are used in various applications.
  • Engineers used laser holography to take an image of vibrations created by the minivan's body.

Derivatives

holographic

Pronunciation: /-ləˈgrafɪk/
adjective
More example sentences
  • The holographic plate should immediately be placed in a lightproof container until it is developed.
  • A holographic projection of the solar system suddenly appeared surrounding him.
  • It had a holographic component, so I activated my ship's projector in order to see who had sent it.

holographically

Pronunciation: /-ləˈgrafɪk(ə)li/
adverb
More example sentences
  • Sending the atoms through holographically generated light can create periodic designs and may help grow precisely designed crystals.
  • The large capacity together with the high transfer speed of holographically recorded media will create a quantum leap in media storage technology.
  • They can holographically map an entire area, down to the smallest detail.

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