Russian Art Professor Creates Holograms

In 1969, an art professor in the Soviet Union, by the name of Uri N. Denisyuk, wanted to provide a full record of things. The hard part was the world was in 3D and almost all recording methods we in 2D (pen and paper, Photos, film etc) so he started to create holograms to record the appearance of existing three-dimensional artworks.

Date:
      1969
Name(s):
      Uri N. Denisyuk
Occupation:
      Art Professor
Location:
      Soviet Union


Additional Information:

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