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The Ever Evolving Holographic Technology

  title={The Ever Evolving Holographic Technology},
  author={Pranav Chandra Kashyap},
If a 2D picture is worth a thousand words, then a 3D image is worth a million. Holography is the recording and reconstruction of light field information. Although holography is a concept invented over 70 years ago, recent developments aim to create 3D displays in thin air that are perceivable without the use of any glasses. 

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