Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Smart!


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!

1 Comments:

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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