Slide show

Non-volatile holographic storage in doubly doped lithium niobate crystals 

Nature 393, 665-668 (18 June 1998)
Photorefractive materials are being widely investigated for applications in holographic data storage1. Inhomogeneous illumination of these materials with an optical interference pattern redistributes charge, builds up internal electric fields and so changes the refractive index.

Meeting at Rudjer Boskovic Institute with colleagues from Computer Vision Laboratory (Faculty of Computer and Information Science - University of Ljubljana), Academy od Fine Arts and Design (University of Ljubljana) and Centre for Informatics and Computing (RBI): discussing future collaboration on scientific and artistic visualisation (regional and EU) projects.


We are looking forward to meet again at 50th International Symposium ELMAR-2008, where we are hosting 'Computer Vision in Art' Special Session together.


 Visualization and art

hologram-diesel Cheoptics hologram Playground
Brain nessie
Diesel fashion show
Cheoptics Hologram
 Polygon Playground
Revolutionary Hologram