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HISTORY OF HOLOGRAPHY

In 1947 Hungarian scientist Denis Gabor invents holography (for which he is awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1971); he made two-dimensional (flat image) holograms with a mercury arc lamp using exposures of many hours.

1958 Yuri Denisyuk invented volume holography, the process used to make white light reflection holograms. He also used mercury arc lamps as the light source. Prof Denisyuk was awarded the Lenin Prize in 1970 (roughly the Soviet equivalent of the Nobel Prize).

1960 Theodore H Maiman made the first device for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation – or laser, providing a more powerful source of the coherent, monochrome light required to produce holograms.

1958-1962 Emmett Leith and Juris Upatnieks gradually invent the off-axis reference beam technique, using a laser very soon after its invention to make the first laser transmission hologram in 1962.

1968 Stephen Benton invents white light transmission, or rainbow holograms a technique that means transmission holograms can be seen in ordinary light.

1976 The Museum of Holography was founded in New York as an international center for the undertstanding and advancement of holography.

Late 1970s Mike Foster makes the first mechanically produced hologram, converting the interference lines of a rainbow hologram into a surface relief pattern.

1979 Steve McGrew, working with the Diffraction Company, develops an embossing mass production technique for surface relief holograms.

1982 McGrew also invents 2D3D holograms to create layering of flat images, making embossed holograms easier to see in ambient light.
MasterCard adds a hologram to its payment cards to combat fraud. The following year Visa follows suit.

Hershey Corp uses a licensed image of ET® on 2D3D hologram stickers as a promotion for its chocolate confectionary, Reese's Pieces, the first major brand to use a hologram for promotion.

1984 The March issue of National Geographic features a hologram on the front cover. 11 million were produced.
Johnnie Walker Scotch whisky is the first major brand to use a hologram to combat product counterfeiting.

1988 Glaxo becomes the first pharmaceutical company to use holograms for brand protection, on Zantac which was then the world's best-selling drug brand.

DuPont launches its holographic photopolymer for production of white light reflection, or volume, holograms.

1989 Holograms first appear on banknotes (the Austrian 500 schilling).

1991 Digital holography makes it debut in the form of dot matrix holograms.

1993 The International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA) is formed.

1994 SmithKline Beecham launches Aquafresh® Whitening toothpaste in the USS om a carton covered in a holographic laminate, the first time holographic packaging has been used for branding.

1995 Iraq is the first country to use a hologram on its standard passport.

2001 Global sales of holograms reach $1.09 billion.

2002 The Euro banknotes go into circulation with a hologram on all seven denominations.

2003 Stephen Benton, inventor of rainbow holograms, dies.

2005 Emmett Leith, inventor of off-axis laser transmission holograms, dies.

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HISTORY OF HOLOGRAPHY In 1947 Hungarian scientist Denis Gabor invents holography (for which he is awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1971); he made two-dimensional (flat image) holograms with a mercury arc lamp using exposures of many hours. 1958 Yuri Denisyuk invented volume holography, the process used to make white light reflection holograms. He also used mercury arc lamps as the light source. Prof Denisyuk was awarded the Lenin Prize in 1970 (roughly the Soviet equivalent of the Nobel Prize). 1960 Theodore H Maiman made the first device for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation – or laser, providing a more powerful source of the coherent, monochrome light required to produce holograms. 1958-1962 Emmett Leith and Juris Upatnieks gradually invent the off-axis reference beam technique, using a laser very soon after its invention to make the first laser transmission hologram in 1962. 1968 Stephen Benton invents white light transmission, or rainbow holograms a technique that means transmission holograms can be seen in ordinary light. 1976 The Museum of Holography was founded in New York as an international center for the undertstanding and advancement of holography. Late 1970s Mike Foster makes the first mechanically produced hologram, converting the interference lines of a rainbow hologram into a surface relief pattern. 1979 Steve McGrew, working with the Diffraction Company, develops an embossing mass production technique for surface relief holograms. 1982 McGrew also invents 2D3D holograms to create layering of flat images, making embossed holograms easier to see in ambient light. MasterCard adds a hologram to its payment cards to combat fraud. The following year Visa follows suit. Hershey Corp uses a licensed image of ET® on 2D3D hologram stickers as a promotion for its chocolate confectionary, Reese's Pieces, the first major brand to use a hologram for promotion. 1984 The March issue of National Geographic features a hologram on the front cover. 11 million were produced. Johnnie Walker Scotch whisky is the first major brand to use a hologram to combat product counterfeiting. 1988 Glaxo becomes the first pharmaceutical company to use holograms for brand protection, on Zantac which was then the world's best-selling drug brand. DuPont launches its holographic photopolymer for production of white light reflection, or volume, holograms. 1989 Holograms first appear on banknotes (the Austrian 500 schilling). 1991 Digital holography makes it debut in the form of dot matrix holograms. 1993 The International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA) is formed. 1994 SmithKline Beecham launches Aquafresh® Whitening toothpaste in the USS om a carton covered in a holographic laminate, the first time holographic packaging has been used for branding. 1995 Iraq is the first country to use a hologram on its standard passport. 2001 Global sales of holograms reach $1.09 billion. 2002 The Euro banknotes go into circulation with a hologram on all seven denominations. 2003 Stephen Benton, inventor of rainbow holograms, dies. 2005 Emmett Leith, inventor of off-axis laser transmission holograms, dies. Kiranholographics comes in its existence in 2003 and in 2018 come up with very High secure hologram with all features includes – 3D QRCODE with Unique serial Nos, 3D animated Fish images, Kinetic effects , Gradient effects in hologram etc. Hologram, hologram stickers, holograms, holograms manufacturers, Hologram india, hologram manufacturers, label stickers, High Security Hologram Manufacturers in India. Buy Highest security Hologram with kiranholographics, jaipur. Call or e-mail-+91-9928911181 or kiranholographics@gmail.com
Type of Hologram Images and Hologram master plate:---
 Holograms can display a variety of patterns or images, including:
	fully-three dimensional images (ie. exhibiting depth as well as the usual graphic dimensions of height and width)
	kinetic geometric designs or patterns, exhibiting movement and colour changes
	multi-channel images, containing two or more images, each in its own 'viewing channel. From different viewing positions a different image is seen or superimposed on the other image. The image changes are defined as flip (side to side movement), tilt (forward/backward rocking movement) or rotate
	short animation sequences, which may be a computer-designed sequence or converted video scenes
 
The key types of hologram, as defined both by their appearance and their method of origination, are:
	2D - an image in the two dimensions of length and breadth, normally appearing on the plane of the hologram
	2D/3D - layered 2D images, in which at least one layer seems to lie behind or underneath the other
	3D - an image which has the three dimensions of length, breadth and depth
	Stereogram - a hologram produced by recording many individual frames of a sequence of images to provide animation (see above). The original sequence may be photographic film, movie footage, video or computer graphics
	Dot matrix (digital) - a design comprising many tiny dots or pixels which are too small to be seen by the naked eye, each of which is a separate hologram which together create a 2D or 3D image. Dot matrix holograms are created on a computerized origination system that exposes one dot, or pixel, at a time
	E-beam - instead of using laser beams to record the hologram in a photo-sensitive emulsion, the very fine beam output of an electron beam generator is used to etch the pattern on the recording medium. This allows very high resolution and complex designs to be made
	Composite or combination - it is possible to combine several of these types of image to create composite images, such as a dot matrix combined with a stereogram to give a multi-channel design of different.
	Kinemax – Latest technology which produce from Lithographic mode (Low and mixed frequencies “White” holograms), Fresnel Lenses with any curvature, Fresnel prisims, 3D white embossed objects ,
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Type of Hologram Images and Hologram master plate:--- Holograms can display a variety of patterns or images, including:  fully-three dimensional images (ie. exhibiting depth as well as the usual graphic dimensions of height and width)  kinetic geometric designs or patterns, exhibiting movement and colour changes  multi-channel images, containing two or more images, each in its own 'viewing channel. From different viewing positions a different image is seen or superimposed on the other image. The image changes are defined as flip (side to side movement), tilt (forward/backward rocking movement) or rotate  short animation sequences, which may be a computer-designed sequence or converted video scenes The key types of hologram, as defined both by their appearance and their method of origination, are:  2D - an image in the two dimensions of length and breadth, normally appearing on the plane of the hologram  2D/3D - layered 2D images, in which at least one layer seems to lie behind or underneath the other  3D - an image which has the three dimensions of length, breadth and depth  Stereogram - a hologram produced by recording many individual frames of a sequence of images to provide animation (see above). The original sequence may be photographic film, movie footage, video or computer graphics  Dot matrix (digital) - a design comprising many tiny dots or pixels which are too small to be seen by the naked eye, each of which is a separate hologram which together create a 2D or 3D image. Dot matrix holograms are created on a computerized origination system that exposes one dot, or pixel, at a time  E-beam - instead of using laser beams to record the hologram in a photo-sensitive emulsion, the very fine beam output of an electron beam generator is used to etch the pattern on the recording medium. This allows very high resolution and complex designs to be made  Composite or combination - it is possible to combine several of these types of image to create composite images, such as a dot matrix combined with a stereogram to give a multi-channel design of different.  Kinemax – Latest technology which produce from Lithographic mode (Low and mixed frequencies “White” holograms), Fresnel Lenses with any curvature, Fresnel prisims, 3D white embossed objects ,
Holograms - the Mark of Authenticity
Hologram Proves its authenticity from long days ago on usage in the early 1980s, on Master card and Visa and all goverment documents such as Passport, Driving License et to counterfeitingc.Holograms has security features which indicating the authenticity of product and providing powerful deterrent to counterfeiting.
Security Holograms works no doubt
Holograms cannot be copied by conventional reprographic means (copiers or scanners and printers). Their effects cannot be reproduced or simulated by conventional printing or finishing techniques. The skills, technology and investment involved in their design, origination and manufacture ensures that their production is beyond the reach of most would-be counterfeiters, while even the most determined forgers will be unlikely to produce holograms that are effective and accurate copies of the original.
Holograms are also highly versatile. They can be applied cost-effectively to a wide variety of substrates and products as part of conventional printing, packaging and labelling processes. And while they are essentially overt features that can be recognized and verified by the public, they can also be integrated with other security technologies – inks, taggants, numbering, RFID etc - to provide multi-layered security solutions combining overt and covert security with track and trace capabilities.
As a result, holograms are widely used on all manner of security documents including banknotes, personal identification documents such as passports and ID cards, fiscal stamps, tickets, vouchers, cheques, payment cards etc. They are also used to protect branded goods from counterfeiting, adulteration, substitution and parallel trading, featuring on many of the world's leading brands of pharmaceuticals, IT products, automotive components, luxury and consumer goods.
Hologram Manufactures, exporters in India all members register Hologram Image in Association HOMAI (Hologram Member association of India) and IHMA (International Hologram Members Association) which safeguard counterfeiting issues.
Kiranholographics is Pioneer in holography industry since 2003 and continue in updating technology for high security and features of Holographic flim and Holographic Id, Holographic paper in India and around the world.
For further inquires on Holography and productskindly contact on –
e-mail-kiranholographics@gmail.com / www.kiranholographics.com
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Holograms - the Mark of Authenticity Hologram Proves its authenticity from long days ago on usage in the early 1980s, on Master card and Visa and all goverment documents such as Passport, Driving License et to counterfeitingc.Holograms has security features which indicating the authenticity of product and providing powerful deterrent to counterfeiting. Security Holograms works no doubt Holograms cannot be copied by conventional reprographic means (copiers or scanners and printers). Their effects cannot be reproduced or simulated by conventional printing or finishing techniques. The skills, technology and investment involved in their design, origination and manufacture ensures that their production is beyond the reach of most would-be counterfeiters, while even the most determined forgers will be unlikely to produce holograms that are effective and accurate copies of the original. Holograms are also highly versatile. They can be applied cost-effectively to a wide variety of substrates and products as part of conventional printing, packaging and labelling processes. And while they are essentially overt features that can be recognized and verified by the public, they can also be integrated with other security technologies – inks, taggants, numbering, RFID etc - to provide multi-layered security solutions combining overt and covert security with track and trace capabilities. As a result, holograms are widely used on all manner of security documents including banknotes, personal identification documents such as passports and ID cards, fiscal stamps, tickets, vouchers, cheques, payment cards etc. They are also used to protect branded goods from counterfeiting, adulteration, substitution and parallel trading, featuring on many of the world's leading brands of pharmaceuticals, IT products, automotive components, luxury and consumer goods. Hologram Manufactures, exporters in India all members register Hologram Image in Association HOMAI (Hologram Member association of India) and IHMA (International Hologram Members Association) which safeguard counterfeiting issues. Kiranholographics is Pioneer in holography industry since 2003 and continue in updating technology for high security and features of Holographic flim and Holographic Id, Holographic paper in India and around the world. For further inquires on Holography and productskindly contact on – e-mail-kiranholographics@gmail.com / www.kiranholographics.com
Applications of Holography in Various Industries
Holographic Strip in currency note shows how authentic Holography is useful and unique solution for anit-counterfieting.
Holography is an immensely versatile medium, both in the underlying technology and in the applications for which the output of the technology can be used. This is reflected in the number of industries in which holography is now used and the purposes it serves – from authentication and decorative packaging to diagnostics, imaging, visualization and data storage.
Wherever security holograms are used they have proved their worth many times over. For the document and product protection sectors they are now the overt authentication feature of choice, with a holographic element incorporated into a product or valuable document more than paying for itself in reducing counterfeiting and the associated costs.
For packaging and promotional purposes, the versatility of holographic products, which can supplied in a wide variety of designs, materials and format to integrate with existing packaging design and production processes, are providing stunning visual effects way beyond the capabilities of conventional techniques for pack enhancement and brand differentiation. As a result, holographic materials have consistently and repeatedly performed successfully, delivering above-target performance to customers and adding percentage points to market share.
In the retail environment, Security holograms attract attention as eye-catching items for giftware, gift-wrap and stationery, as well as in-store décor, while the same visual appeal and novelty value is promoting growing markets for the use of holography as a display medium.
New development in Holography Industry is growing day by day the application of Hologram Stickers, Holographic flim, Holographic Id cards, Holographic Overlay, Fresenel Lens Holographic flim, Holographic paper is used in Indian market and export across many countries.Hologram proves from years that usage of it definetly secure, protect from fake duplicity of products.
Government organization using Holograms on vechile name plate and even you can see on US and Countries in their currency notes.
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Applications of Holography in Various Industries Holographic Strip in currency note shows how authentic Holography is useful and unique solution for anit-counterfieting. Holography is an immensely versatile medium, both in the underlying technology and in the applications for which the output of the technology can be used. This is reflected in the number of industries in which holography is now used and the purposes it serves – from authentication and decorative packaging to diagnostics, imaging, visualization and data storage. Wherever security holograms are used they have proved their worth many times over. For the document and product protection sectors they are now the overt authentication feature of choice, with a holographic element incorporated into a product or valuable document more than paying for itself in reducing counterfeiting and the associated costs. For packaging and promotional purposes, the versatility of holographic products, which can supplied in a wide variety of designs, materials and format to integrate with existing packaging design and production processes, are providing stunning visual effects way beyond the capabilities of conventional techniques for pack enhancement and brand differentiation. As a result, holographic materials have consistently and repeatedly performed successfully, delivering above-target performance to customers and adding percentage points to market share. In the retail environment, Security holograms attract attention as eye-catching items for giftware, gift-wrap and stationery, as well as in-store décor, while the same visual appeal and novelty value is promoting growing markets for the use of holography as a display medium. New development in Holography Industry is growing day by day the application of Hologram Stickers, Holographic flim, Holographic Id cards, Holographic Overlay, Fresenel Lens Holographic flim, Holographic paper is used in Indian market and export across many countries.Hologram proves from years that usage of it definetly secure, protect from fake duplicity of products. Government organization using Holograms on vechile name plate and even you can see on US and Countries in their currency notes.
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Absolute Holographic Security Hologram Image Register Hologram image registration is double security to prevent replica image of hologram. The IHMA has been working with the Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau (CIB) to update and improve the Hologram Image Register (HIR). For its 21 years it has enabled IHMA members to register their hologram images, so that other producers or intermediaries can check against the Register that they are not reproducing an existing hologram when they make a new design. The HIR is also available to law enforcement agencies to check for the provenance of a design when they need information on a suspect hologram. The HIR has helped to prevent numerous attempts to source copy holograms, and has also helped to confirm that a suspect hologram was, indeed, a fake, which in turn has led to arrests and prosecution of the counterfeiters. HIR Updates The HIR system has been updated to make it easier for IHMA members to enter the information about each hologram that is held on the Register, to check the status of new registrations and to see and review all their registered holograms. All this will be implemented while maintaining the absolute security of the system (the database itself will be isolated from the internet) and the confidentiality of information stored. Only the registering company and the CIB (which is part of the Commercial Crime Services division of the International Chamber of Commerce) will have access to each record – it will continue to not be viewable by any IHMA member or officer. www.kiranholographics.com Further details – e-mal – Kiranholographics@gmail.com

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