Many of our holograms are fun and wacky but we also have a large collection of scientific and nature orientated Holograms. A Chieftain tank, a disappearing apple, a skull, falcon and even some lion cubs are captured in holographic form.
Holography is ideal for archival recording of valuables or fragile museum artefacts. Our collection has some fine examples of this. 'Lindow Man' is a hologram of a man who died over 2000 years ago. His body was preserved in peat and discovered at Lindow Moss, Cheshire (England) in 1984. He was nicknamed 'Pete Bogg' by the archaeologists who excavated his almost perfectly preserved body. You can also see a beautiful and incredibly detailed hologram of the 'Broighter Boat'. The original silver boat can be seen in the National Maritime Museum of Ireland in Dublin.