Article on life-sized David Bowie lenticular on ‘Bowienet’ (David Bowie's official website) - go to September 12 2005.
- Jonathan Ross hologram collection
His collection of Martin's holograms.
- New Scientist: Holodiscs Fight Piracy
‘Printing holograms on the data side of CDs and DVDs… makes them harder to copy. Martin Richardson… who invented the technique, says the holograms do not affect playback.’
- Holography on Wikipedia
‘Holography (from the Greek, ὅλος-hólos whole + γραφή-grafē writing, drawing) is a technique that allows the light scattered from an object to be recorded’…
- Lenticular printing on Wikipedia
‘Lenticular printing is a technology in which a lenticular lens is used to produce images with an illusion of depth, or the ability to change or move as the image is viewed from different angles’…
- The Holographer
Online magazine ‘for those with an interest in display holography, i.e. the type of holograms intended for viewing directly, normally placed on a wall for display. It includes holograms of museum artifacts, art holography and holographic portraiture.’
- The Royal Photographic Society Holography Group conference
Theme: ‘To Promote the Use and Understanding of Holography in Museums’. Includes audio recordings of Conference Papers. Based at at De Montfort University.
- Photographic Society Holography Group
‘founded in 1983 to foster interest in the subject of holography in all its forms - artistic, commercial, industrial and scientific.’ See membership benefits.
- Research staff profile, De Montfort University
Martin Richardson, Professor of Modern Holography. Research Groups: Design and New Product Development, Photographic Studies and Creative Imaging; Subject Area: Modern Holography
- Martin Richardson on Ning
Martin's profile and friends on holography @ ning.