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An updatable holographic three-dimensional display

Nature 451, 694-698 (7 February 2008)

Holographic three-dimensional (3D) displays1, 2 provide realistic images without the need for special eyewear, making them valuable tools for applications that require situational awareness, such as medical, industrial and military imaging. Currently commercially available holographic 3D displays3 use photopolymers that lack image-updating capability, resulting in restricted use and high cost. 

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The work on QRBG Service has been motivated by scientific necessity (primarily of local scientific community) of running various simulations (in cluster/Grid environments), whose results are often greatly affected by quality (distribution, nondeterminism, entropy, etc.) of used random numbers. Since true random numbers are impossible to generate with a finite state machine (such as today's computers), scientists are forced to either use specialized expensive hardware number generators, or, more frequently, to content themselves with suboptimal solutions (like pseudo-random numbers generators).  By using the hardware Quantum Random Bit Generator (see: http://qrbg.irb.hr/) developed at the Rudjer Boshkovich Institute in Zagreb, Croatia, the QRBG Service enables, inter alias, the VEPPAR framework to be used in situations were real (not pseudo-random) randomness, i.e. haphazardness, is necessary or important for the quality of computer based experiments. The QRBG service is integrated through the Virtue Processor. See: http://random.irb.hr/.
 

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