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Time and Space
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: Holex Corporation; Goldberg, Larry
Date made: 1974
Materials: laser transmission; film
Measurements: 6 in x 6 in
Hologram in a cardboard mount, showing a magnifying glass / lens and stopwatch; lens sits partially in front of the watch, magnifying part of its face; comes with original envelope in which hologram was commercially packaged, reading: `Step into a new reality by placing the enclosed light-converter panel in front of your slide projector and holding the hologram in front of the converted light. Simple fingertip control enables you to observe and enjoy the etru dimensional magic of holography. You'll try to reach out and touch the objects...you'll be able to look around, above and below them...you'll see a unique optical process that has never befvore been available to the general public!'; also includes filter to place in slide projector, instruction sheet (`To View Your Hologram'), and coupon off future Holex holograms; yellow color if viewed with projector, red if viewed with laser light.
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