The world's thinnest hologram could lead to the integration of 3D holography in everyday electronics.
A 2D approach to studying the universe has been proven better than in 3D.
A new study states that the universe is just a huge hologram.
Scientists have developed a new way to create compact holograms which work across the spectrum of light, and may improve protection against fraud as well as lead to better entertainment displays.
Scientists have developed colorless ink made of nanocrystalline titania that can be loaded into an inkjet printer to create holographic images.
Scientists have developed new techniques in order to create a new variety of holograms.
The 3D billboard that was present in the movie, "Back to the Future Part II," may actually exist in a few short years.