Holograph vs Hologram what difference

what is difference between Holograph and Hologram

English

Etymology

From holo- +‎ -graph.

Noun

holograph (plural holographs)

  1. (law, textual criticism) A handwritten document that is solely the work of the person whose signature it bears, especially a letter, deed, or will; an original manuscript, a protograph.
  2. A hologram.
    • 1966, Electronic Design (volume 14, issues 14-17, page 18)
      But when a holograph is placed backwards in its holder and illuminated with laser light, it can produce a real image []
    • 1972, Army Research and Development (volumes 13-14, page 10)
      Producing a holograph involves illumination of an object through the use of intersecting laser beams.
    • 1983, Ellen Nevins, Encyclopedia of Computers and Electronics (page 108)
      Of course, it is impossible to show what a holograph is really like in a two dimensional picture such as this.

Translations

Verb

holograph (third-person singular simple present holographs, present participle holographing, simple past and past participle holographed)

  1. To record by means of holography.


English

Alternative forms

  • hologramme

Etymology

holo- +‎ -gram, from Ancient Greek ὅλος (hólos, whole) + γραμμή (grammḗ, letter, line), coined by Hungarian-born British scientist Dennis Gabor in 1948, the 1971 Nobel prize winner in physics for his work in holography.

Noun

hologram (plural holograms)

  1. A three-dimensional image of an object created by holography.
    Synonym: holograph

Related terms

  • holograph
  • holography
  • holon

Translations

Further reading

  • holography on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

Czech

Etymology

holo- +‎ -gram

Noun

hologram m

  1. hologram

Further reading

  • hologram in Kartotéka Novočeského lexikálního archivu
  • hologram in Akademický slovník cizích slov, 1995, at prirucka.ujc.cas.cz

Danish

Noun

hologram n (singular definite hologrammet, plural indefinite hologrammer)

  1. hologram [1969]

Declension

References

  • “hologram” in Den Danske Ordbog

Dutch

Etymology

Borrowed, probably from English. This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˌɦoː.loːˈɣrɑm/
  • Hyphenation: lo‧gram
  • Rhymes: -ɑm

Noun

hologram n (plural hologrammen)

  1. hologram, hologramme [from 1960]

Related terms

  • holografie
  • holografisch

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