Tuesday, July 11, 2006


At the dinner table Wendy McLean - research scientist at Smart Holograms - dipped her hologram in a wineglass full of water and I watched, amazed, as the image on the holographic plate disappeared to reveal another beneath.

Jeff Blyth consultant to Smart Holograms, to me how they were also using holography to create a non-invasive method of testing blood sugar levels. The holographic emulsion could react to your tears – changing colour to indicate where blood sugar levels were too high. It was hoped that one day this research would be useful to diabetics. Good stuff!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great JoB Jeff Blyth...your a great asset to the holograhy community

your USA (CA) friend Danny Bee

10:37 PM  

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