BRITTON ZABKA’S REFLECTION MULTIPLEX PATENT 5,223,955
Above holograms are REFLECTION MULTIPLEX. Producing both 1 step front lit motion reflections and free floating motion projections Not to be confused with transmission Multiplex.produced by lloyd crosses multiplex that are rainbow backlit holograms or steve bentons 4 step alcove Patent, printer and images done by Britton Zabka.Successful knockoffs include Sonys ultragram. developed 14 years later using diffussion screens and creating curve by pressing film for each exposure,.Rabbithole. and Zebra
BRITTON ZABKA’S MOTION IMAGE PLANE HOLOGRAPHY PATENT 5046792
Above/ holograms ,patent, and printer from brittons motion Image plane innovation non multiplex format un mudulated overlapping beams no use of cylindrical lens exposures . produces both reflection and transmission holograms and 3d 360 objects.
BRITTON ZABKA SOLID STATE MOTION HOLOGRAPHY
Methods and apparatus for producing simultaneous and near real time holographic imagery
Jul 1, 2002
Holographic printers for producing simultaneous and near real time white light viewable holographic imagery are disclosed. Such printers include fiber optics for dividing the reference beam into a plurality of identical reference beams each intersecting the object beam path at the recording medium. In one embodiment, the recording medium is simultaneously exposed to both the object beam and the plurality of reference beams. An alternate embodiment is provided for sequentially opening each of the reference beam shutters with the opening of the object beam shutter. Preferably, the printer includes a liquid crystal panel and a computer for supplying images in the liquid crystal panel between each sequential opening of the shutters. For the formation of integral holograms, fiber optics are provided for dividing the object beam. The printers disclosed herein avoid the mechanical repositioning (of the film plane, or either one of the recording beams), stop, wait, expose and repeat process of prior art composite and integral holographic printers.
Britton Zabka’s SPHERICAL HOLOGRAPHIC MEMORY
As first claimed in patent 5,046,792 awarded September 1- 1991 “The printer in one embodiment records by angularly displacing a real object or which may also be alternatively a collection of data points as in a virtual objects as the point of the conversion of length expressed in the unit of the length per radian. Where as multiple hyperbolic lens recordings represent the data and recording medium position. Recording the vertical angle between the line of site and the horizontal. The information direction of travel that is always perpendicular to surface shape of a spheroid. All points always parallel with the tangent to the curve. A system of curvilinear coordinates in which all points xyz satisfy the equation x2 plus y2 plus z2 equals 1 all points a euclidean space which are fixed common distance from a given point. Resonate frequences deflectors would guide data projections.. Recording geometries are important in specifying how much information can be stored in a volume of space. . ©2019
simulated photon superposition interference
EARLY PRIOR CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE HOLOGRAPHIC PIONEERS THAT MUST INFLUENCED BRITTON ZABKA’S WORK AND ALL HOLOGRAPHERS
dennis gabor considered the father of holography and credited in holography discovery
left/ emeit leith pioneered off axis holography making it possible for steve benton right to innovate white lite rainbow holography .upon meeting them lloyd cross combined both mens work added motion picture technology and the era of motion holography began
Dennis Gabor and Salvador Dali.
Alice Cooper and Dali. collaborating with multiplex producing hologram in next picture an launching the company a article in rolling stone was helpful
Multiplex of Alice Cooper by Dali.
next in the timeline finishing final mural on sunset blvd. lloyd invited britton to paint his santa monica school of holography and move to work at multiplex
Lloyd Cross and Britton Zabka
35mm filmed by Gary Adams for a hologram britton produced at multiplex
Cecil and Steve Anderson standing next to brittons Multiplex at L.A. school of holography for “Through the looking glass” exhibit in NY.
Chicago Sun Times 1977 for Gallery 1134, Britton exhibited from his work done at multiplex that included his knight shot self portrait. and first 360 animation.
self portrait of britton zabka filmed on the 35mm mitchel camera sitting on a rotating platform by inventor of transmission multiplex lloyd cross at company in the mission district in san francisco California
also exhibited the knight shot made at multiplex above
Steve Benton and Nick Phillips in Britton’s innovation patent 5,046,792, filmed at first holographic symposium 1980.
Britton and US Patent Commissioner
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