Susan M. Reiss
There is a popular misconception that the mass produced holograms affixed to credit cards and Fruit Loops cereal boxes are reflection holograms. Despite the fact that the viewer and light source are on the same side of the hologram, a basic distinction in the classification of holographic gratings is missed.
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Publish Date: 01 October 1990
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