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The Maple Leaf Civil War Holography Project

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Titel The Maple Leaf Civil War Holography Project
Serientitel Holography In The Modern Museum (HIMM 2008)
Teil 05
Anzahl der Teile 10
Autor DeFreitas, Frank
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DOI 10.5446/20947
Herausgeber River Valley TV
Erscheinungsjahr 2012
Sprache Englisch

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Abstract The objectives of this project were several–fold. The primary objective was to give high school students an opportunity to experience lasers, optics and holography in a live–project, real–world working environment that had significant value and meaning to their region (Jacksonville, Florida). This was accomplished by recording recovered artifacts from the Maple Leaf shipwreck as large–format (30×40 cm), display holograms, under a tight – and real – production schedule. Museum objects are extremely valuable – and vulnerable. That is why so few ever leave any museum. If they do leave, there are very high insurance costs due to the ever–present danger of damage or breakage. Keep in mind that even air and light itself can damage some objects over time. Recording the objects as 3–dimensional holograms allow the holograms, rather than the objects, to go on the road – increasing the number of people who can experience their history and their place within our culture. You can only have one “real” object – but you can have numerous holograms of that object being viewed in many different locations, by large numbers of people, all at the same time. In Ukraine and Russia they have been recording priceless museum artifacts as holograms for decades. They utilize these holograms to educate people who would not make it in to the cultural centers and museums. A good example in England is Lindow Man, a hologram created of a male human body found preserved in the bogs. The actual Lindow Man is on permanent display at the British Museum, but holography has allowed people from all over the world to see it right in front of them as a 3–dimensional hologram.

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