hologram

英 ['hɒləgræm] 美 ['hɑlɡræm]
  • n. [激光] 全息图;全息摄影,全息照相
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hologram 全息图

holo-,整个的,整体的,-gram,写。用于指一种三维成像技术。

hologram (n.)
1949, coined by Hungarian-born British scientist Dennis Gabor (Gábor Dénes), 1971 Nobel prize winner in physics for his work in holography; from Greek holos "whole" (in sense of three-dimensional; see safe (adj.)) + -gram.
1. He added that the missing hologram should have been detected by electronic surveillance.
他还说,电子监视设备本应该发现漏印了全息防伪标志.

来自《简明英汉词典》

2. The hologram can be flipped to show the inverse image.
全息图可以通过反转显现出逆像。

来自辞典例句

3. The resulting pattern was something he called a hologram after the Greek word holos meaning whole.
所得到的图样他称之为全息图,这个字来自希腊字holos意思 是“全部”.

来自辞典例句

4. For example: caihong holographic radiotheraphy retarder � � s, multi - color, true color hologram computer - generated hologram.
例如: 彩虹全息 、 三维众色、消色不对 、 假不黑白全息图、筹算机制全息图等.

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5. The worse the photopolymer shranks, the worse is the hologram reconstructed.
理论分析表明,材料收缩越严重,全息图再现质量越差.

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