With the move to Boston of the Museum of Holography's collections, and the groundbreaking work in holography taking place at the Media Lab's Spatial Imaging Group, Boston has become the new center for holography in this country. Holographic images are the only true three-dimensional images being produced today. Only a few hundred artists world-wide are working in the medium, a process which involves physics, the use of lasers, and a lab equipped with special optical tables.
MIT Museum's education department has developed public programming to take place in the Museum's new holography lab. The focus of these programs will be to make holography accessible to area school children. For program information click here.
To explore holography on the World Wide Web, we suggest the following starting points: