HSPACE

AcronymDefinition
HSPACEHorizontal Space (Java)
HSPACEHolographic Services, Products and Creative Environments Inc.
HSPACEHolographic Space
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VR first invested in Hspace in 2007, and is the lead investor in HII - a significant expansion for a cross-border trucking company.
HII's mandate is to fund holographic applications that are ready to go to market, focusing initially on the portfolio of products and services specifically prepared for Hspace.
In addition, sponsors include 3D AG, BEP Holograms, API Holographics, Centro Grafico and UHR and Hspace. The latter two are platinum sponsors and Hspace will be hosting a close of conference evening party at the Holographic Glass Workshop in Toronto, to which all delegates are invited.
Hspace's designs use monochromatic exposures to make pseudo-multicolour holograms, for incorporation into clear or black-backed glass tiles.
Larry Lieberman has now joined Hspace as director of holography full time, and he is assisted by Dr Songcan Lai, who learned holography in Beijing with Prof Xu.
The trophies for the winners were holographic megaliths in black glass (see above), designed and supplied by Hspace (an award winner itself in the Industrial category) for the second year running, and were presented, along with certificates for the runners-up, by IHMA chairman Hugues Souparis.
Award: Hspace, Visual Impact Technologies and Waterjet Workshop for the Spectrum collection of holographic glass tiles
Hspace and Magna are discussing a three-year development agreement, through which Laczynski hopes to involve holographers and hologram companies.
Contact: Hspace, Phone: + 1 416 929 0247; Fax + 1 416 929 6498; www.hspace.com
Hspace sponsored, designed and produced the Award trophy, comprising a holographic megalith in black glass (supplied by Visual Impact Technologies).
But innovation is taking holography into new fields as well, reflected in papers on projectors and displays (Franz Fichtner, Xetos), automotive applications (Andrew Laczynski, Hspace), new products for the Japanese market (Yasumasa Kamata, Toppan) and--a late addition to the programme--a paper from Dai Nippon about their new hot-stampable photopolymer holograms.
Andrew Laczynski, founder of Hspace, describes these as 'a new structural holographic surface' for the decorative design and architectural markets.