Growing use of holograms
Dr Paul Dunn explains how innovation hastens closer digital interaction of security and brand protection holographic devices
Innovative developments in materials and advanced processes, together with a desire to seek out new applications, ensure commercial holography continues to feature in the frontline fight against counterfeiting, identity theft and brand piracy. Indeed, it’s the technology’s capacity to secure data and combat the effects of criminal interference, tampering, alteration, forgery or imitation that remains priceless. Moreover, holography is not solely present to prevent counterfeits, but to also act as a physical detection device . . .