Britton Zabka with Steve Benton, on his Right. Nick Philips on his left . Steve Benton, pioneer of white light holography and director of the media center at MIT. Nick Philips, Europe’s premiere holographer from Oxford and developed the worlds first laser light show, commissioned and used by Peter Townshend of The Who. Filmed at the first international holographic symposium.
Britton’s new jewelry collection. The Heart of the Mountain series.
Britton and Patent Commissioner
A scientist with the heart of an artist.
Lloyd Cross‘ Multiplex pioneered the world’s first holographic motion pictures (transmission multiplex), where Britton was invited by Lloyd to be resident artist just after Salvador Dali brought everyone together with his project that funded the origin, it was like stepping through the looking glass into a technicolor Tolkien legend.
Photos by Multiplex photographer Laura Foster.
Multiplex film team led by Gary, filmed image in Alpine Mountains in Marin with the fine San Francisco girls Arbell and Carol. It was the second outdoor filming experiment after Bowie’s project, except this one didn’t use a rotating platform.
Britton Zabka’s hologram and sculpture at the exhibition that was opened by mayor Abe Beame, Andy Warhol and others that was held on Mercer Street in Soho, NY.
Filming Andy Warhol in NY for one of our multiplexes.
Dali’s Multiplex project.
Multiplex’s holographic movie projects.
Chicago Sun Times. Sunday, June 26, 1977. Article by Harold Haydon.
Frank De Freitas, former webmaster of the major Holographic site, review of Britton Zabka’s “Artist Manual” and some kind words on his work in the field.
Future possibilities of holography and the use of Britton’s patents when enlarged.
Britton’s holographic tour.
Britton’s holographic image plane motion picture patent 5,046,792. On permanent collection at MIT.
Britton’s holographic project with R.C. Gorman. Direct photo-resist recording for this embossing stamp master.
Britton’s holographic ark of the covenant.
Britton’s motion holographic image plane printer. For images and holographic memory.
Britton Zabka’s Reflection full color Multiplex patent 5,223,955.
Britton’s digital reflection Multiplex printer, patent 5,223,955.