Publications  

 

Crenshaw, Melissa (2019) Photometric evaluation of holograms

Proceedings  SPIE: Applied Optical Metrology III

Crenshaw, Melissa (2019)  The Dynamic Display of Art Holography

Arts (ISSN 2076-0752) published by MDPI  Holography—A Critical Debate within Contemporary Visual Culture

Crenshaw, Melissa (2018) Construction, Reconstruction, and the Traveling Optics Vanity Series

Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Display Holography – ISDH 2018

Crenshaw, Melissa (2012) Maintaining the Perfect Balance: R&D, Application and Marketing.

Reconnaissance International Holo-Pack Holo-Print, Paper #16

Crenshaw, Melissa (2010) Smart Films & its Impact on Holography

Reconnaissance International Holo-Pack Holo-Print, Paper #14

Crenshaw, Melissa (2009)   Visual Language and Technique in the Creative Holographic Domain. 

Holography-Culture, Art, and Information Technology – Proceedings of the International Symposium on Display Holography, Published by Scientific and Technical Documentation Press, China 258-269

Crenshaw, Melissa (2008)   The Holographic Industry and MesoOptics ®.

Journal of Holography and Speckle Vol.5, No 1

Crenshaw, Melissa (2007)   The Denisyuk Hologram Expression in Holographic Art.

Journal of Holography and Speckle Special issue honoring Yurii Denisyuk

Crenshaw, Melissa (2006) The Impact of Holography on the Commercial Lighting Industry.

Proceedings of International Conference on Holography, Wales, UK

Crenshaw, Melissa (2003)   Holographic Solutions Create MesoOptics™ for Architectural Lighting.

Reconnaissance International Holo-Pack Holo-Print

Crenshaw, Melissa (1996) Design Applications of Embossed Materials.

Proceedings of SPIE – The International Society of Optical Engineering. Paper # 2652-31

Crenshaw, Melissa & Dinsmore, Sydney (1989) Choice and Circumstance: A Collaborative Art Project.

Leonardo, Vol. 22, No. ¾, pp. 353-356

Crenshaw, Melissa (1986) Pseudo-color Reflection Holography – An Artists Perspective 

Proceedings of SPIE – The International Society of Optical Engineering. Paper # 747-17

Crenshaw, Melissa (1985)  Hazards of Holographic Processing Chemistry.

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Display Holography,  Vol. 2 pp 257-261

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Three, Selected Abstracts from Publications   

  

Holography-Culture, Art, and Information Technology – Proceedings of the International Symposium on Display Holography, Published by Scientific and Technical Documentation Press, China 258-269     (2009)

Visual language and technique in the creative holographic domain

Melissa Crenshaw

  ABSTRACT

 The language of art describes the palette of techniques used for the expression of content.  These techniques offer layers of creative possibilities for analog, digital and emerging hybrid formats for holographic artistic expression.  This paper describes the creative techniques used in my analog holographic art. It is presented as it evolved, within a historical context.  The limitations and opportunities of studio time, recording materials and processing regimes are discussed as elements which are relevant to the evolution of these holograms. Early techniques associated with "hands on" holography are described and the relation to content is explored.   Art works created between 1979 – the early 2000’s are described.

Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Display Holography – ISDH 2018     (2018)

Construction, Reconstruction and the Traveling Optics Vanity Series

M. Melissa Crenshaw

ABSTRACT

There is a fundamental relationship in Holography between the form or appearance of a Hologram and the optical components that technically created it. Yet, the instruments that we use to transform the light into holograms, remain invisible & unacknowledged. As a holographic artist, I am exploring a way to pay homage the interdependence between these form-shaping instruments and the realization of the images that result.

I have designed and build several optical holography studios. Within these studios, component systems were built with the form and function of the final hologram in mind.  As well, I am a “hands on” holographer and this has given me an intimate awareness of the effect minute changes in the optics will have on the final image. This relationship will be reviewed and connected to the peculiarities & potentials of the art holograms I have created.

Proceedings  SPIE: Applied Optical Metrology III  (2019)

Photometric evaluation of holograms

M. Melissa Crenshaw

 ABSTRACT

Methods for specifying and evaluating light-based media and devices have become commonplace in various industries such as the professional luminaire industry. This is not the case with Holography as there are no standards that address specifying, evaluating, and displaying holograms.  If methods are considered, then standards can be addressed. Three measurable characteristics of holograms are considered. This paper reviews Kelvin temperature for correct color rendition, goniometry for hologram angle of view, and signal-to-noise ratios for efficiency. This paper is relevant to the independent holographer or anyone contracting a hologram facility to custom produce holograms that are reconstructed with a white point source of light.  The focus of this paper is analog image / light pattern holograms for display.

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