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Graham Saxby

Graham Saxby, who has died aged 89, was one of the great holography educators whose ‘Practical Holography’, which he revised over 3 editions to incorporate all the latest developments since it was first published in 1988, is certain to remain the standard work on the subject for years to come. He produced journalism on a wide range of topics and his publications include The Focal Guide to Slides and The Science of Imaging.

Added by Region: London on 07 Mar 2015

The Art of Scientific Imaging

Saturday saw the culmination of almost a year's planning when The Art of Scientific Imaging was released on a unsuspecting world.

Added by Region: East Anglia on 18 Mar 2014

3D and Holograms

An overview of how stereo 3D and holograms are made and displayed by Dr Alan Cooper LRPS. A 3D (stereo) camera records two views as they would be seen by our two eyes. The differences between the two are clearly noticeable for objects up to a few metres away, but diminish with distance; the same...

Added by SIG: 3D Imaging and Holography on 10 Sep 2013