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Erratum: Practical Holography – third edition

Author: Graham Saxby

There is an omission in the formula at the top of page 471. After the ferric sulphate line, add a new line as follows: ‘sodium hydrogen sulfate, crystals…30 g’. Graham offers his apologies to any holographers whose bleach stage took three hours as a result of this omission.

Practical Holography, 3rd Edition, Graham Saxby, IOP, 482 pages, ISBN 0-7503-0912-1

harrison-photoMichael Harrison
www.dragonseye.com/Holography

About the author
Michael was born on an insignificant little blue-green planet orbiting an unregarded yellow sun out in the unfashionable backwaters of the western spiral arm of the galaxy and is a computer programmer currently working in the games industry. He has been interested in holography and has been making holograms since 1984, with a few long breaks for Real Life. He hopes to soon take over the world by combining his experience in 3D graphics with holography.

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Practical holography third edition review

Iñaki BeguiristainIñaki Beguiristain
ibeguiristain@AOTgroup.co.uk

About the author
Iñaki studied Physics at Imperial College, London. He has been making holograms for the past 15 years, and has perfected an enviable holography studio. During the last 7 years he has concentrated on pseudocolour display holograms. He has worked at various companies involved in security holography.

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