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Kinemax hologram is lates
Kinemax hologram is latest hologram technology in which hologram image can be obtained with broad range of holographic effects such as Litographic mode (Low and mixed frequencies “White” holograms), Fresnel Lenses with any curvature, Fresnel prisims, 3D white embossed objects , Asymetric hidden images, convert laser images.Special feature is Embossed Metal effect with 256 angles x 256 color kinetic hologram. Water mark effect is possible with this system of master development Kinemax. Kiranholographics leading exporter and manufacture of security holograms in india can provide more high secure features with this technology.
Glossary Get to know a list of certain terms associated with hologram and holographic technique: Animated holograms: They are made by using time-lapse photography. The object moves between exposures. The object appears to move as the viewpoint changes when the hologram is made from these photos. They are made up of hundreds of image channels Beamsplitter: This is a device which divides the light from a laser into two separate beams-the reference beam and the object beam. Channels: They are images in a hologram which change instantly from one to another as the viewer passes by. These images can also fade or overlap as they change. Coherent light: A coherent light is made from laser and this light is of the same frequency and vibrates in phase. Computer generated hologram: This is a hologram made from a three-dimensional computer model. 2D/3D Hologram: The hologram is made of multiple 2D layers with hologram images placed one behind another with visual depth that creates an effect of three-dimensional hologram structure. Diffraction: Bending of light as it passes through very small openings. Dennis Gabor: He is a physicist from Hungary who discovered the holographic technique and was awarded the nobel prize in 1971. DOT-MATRIX Hologram: Dot-Matrix Hologram create a beautiful impact of variable images allowing unlimited computer controlled and laser beam engraved dots in hologram. Embossed holograms: They are made by a manufacturing process which uses a metal replica of a master hologram. Film: Film consists of light sensitive chemicals or the emulsion spread on a surface. Flip-Flop Holograms: They can display two images from different viewing angle. Full color: They represent the natural subject colors as in color photography. Hologram: A hologram is a record of an image as seen from many viewpoints, giving a three-dimensional effect. Holography: The process of making hologram is known as holography. HOE's: These are Holographic Optical Elements, which are actually produced to perform the function of traditional optics, like mirrors and lenses. Interference pattern: A hologram is formed when two waves overlap. This results in an interference pattern which records the relative phase relationship between the two waves. Master hologram: The first hologram that is formed and viewable only by laser light, and combined with other masters for the final hologram transfer. Multiplex holograms: They are stereoscopic holograms made by taking an array of photos with the camera tracking past a subject. Object beam: The light from a laser beam that illuminated the object and is reflected to the holographic film. Rainbow holograms: They are transmission holograms where the object appears to change color as the viewpoint moves vertically. Reference beam: The portion of a laser beam that goes directly to the holographic film. Reflection hologram: Reflection holograms are viewed with the light source on the same side of the viewer. The light is reflected off the hologram. Stereogram: This is an alternative to the original hologram process. Here the subject is imaged directly onto the film with a laser exposure. Tamper evident: Instant recognition of tampering. Transmission hologram: Transmission holograms are lit from behind or viewed with the light source on the opposite side of the hologram from the viewer. Here the light transmits through the hologram. Transfer holograms: These holograms are made using a holographic image from a "master" hologram as the object of a second hologram. True Color Hologram: True Color Hologram is made up of photographic quality art-work, in which counterfeiters can't duplicate hologram close to original one. Volume Hologram: The angle difference between the object beam and reference beam is equal to or greater than 90 degrees. White light: White light is incoherent and contains most of the wavelengths in the visible spectrum, like light from the sun or from a spotlight.
Digital Hologram in india
Digital Hologram in india We are Leading suppliers and exporters of Holograms in India. New Technology is Developed by us in field of Holography.Digital holograms is new development by us from high quality megapixel Digital Cameras we create holograms of real world objects. A hologram is an optical element or an image that can record all information present in a wave front-both amplitude and phase information. In other words, a hologram can reproduce the complete 3D wavefront of a captured image or object . . Digital holograms are used to provide three-dimensional (3D) information of a scene or object. Digital cameras capture images which record the intensity of an optical wavefront. Process of making digital holograms Digital holograms are a series of computer-generated images in sequential order and these images do not require to record the light distribution of the objects, unlike optical holograms. The research work of digital holograms is mainly inclined towards formation and rendering of images. It is possible to reconstruct the imaginary objects that do not exist physically in digital holography. Digital holograms are initially saved as a file directly and using a computer program they are reconstructed. They are simpler to record and reconstruct, but resolution is much lower than a holographic film. Digital Hologram sticker Manufacturer in India. The content for digital holograms can easily be produced by non-experts, and the printing process is comparatively inexpensive. Usually a three-dimensional graphical scene, a series of digital photographs or a short movie of a real object is enough for producing digital holograms.Holographic flims in Mumbai. Advantages Compared to a conventional optical holography, digital holograms have many advantages. These are as follows: • Digital holograms have strong anti-disturb property. • They are easy to be modified. • They are difficult to be imitated. • By using the pixel holograph and embossment, hologram films can be fabricated by transforming digital holograms. This can make digital hologram anti-counterfeiting identifiers. • Digital holography uses holographic printers, exposing the photosensitive emulsion with computer generated images. This leads to the creation of conventional holograms with digital content rather than real scenery. • 2D/ 3D graphics or digital photographs and movies can be printed which helps in the holographic recording of real outdoor scenes, completely synthetic objects, and objects in motion. This is impossible to achieve with optical holography. • Digital holograms can be multiplexed. • Another basic advantage is that the content for digital holograms can easily be created by non-experts and the printing process is not very expensive compared to conventional holograms. • A series of digital photographs or a short movie of a real object is enough for producing digital holograms.
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Hologram manufacturers, supplier and exporter in India Latest custom made Holographic lens film are embossed and metallized on plastic film surface by hologram lens master by hologram embosser. It's plastic material which film thickness is 20um-200um. The main material is PET, OPP, CPP, PP, EVA or PVC. Color coating layer or aluminum layer improves shininess and decorative result of lens.. So hologram lens film is widely used for packaging and decoration industry, such as decorative lightings, Whisky and cosmetic cartoon boxes. These films are available in geometrical and custom made pattern in PET, OPP, CPP, PP, EVA or PVC. from 20 to 200 microns thickness, and up to 1200mm in width. Kiranholographics is supplier and exporter of Multi-lens (Fresnel Lens) that can only be embossed by special UV coating embossing machines because of its deep groove. Ordinary hologram embossing machines can only emboss shallow-groove hologram.
Type of Hologram Images a
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 ,