Holography

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  • Holographic Images

    The healthcare profession is a technologically based career. Companies are constantly introducing new technologies to healthcare professionals such as doctors and physicians. One recently developed device introduced to the healthcare industry is holographic technology. These images serve a valuable role to analyze various parts of the human anatomy such as human hearts. Holographic images have a complex makeup, are proven to be beneficial for medical professionals, and serve a significant role in modern medicine. Since holographic images are versatile instruments used in the healthcare industry, they are able to produce a live representation of human anatomy. The evolution of technology used in the healthcare industry is vital to the enhancements of procedures and the information obtained by healthcare professionals in order to diagnose patients. The healthcare industry thrives to be innovative because of the important of people’s health and well-being. New resources of technology are established for the sole purpose of creating a more advanced healthcare system in hopes to expand its spectrum of care (Kabene 9-10). Yori Denisyuk and Emmett Leith are the founders of holographic images. In 1962, these men combined laser technology and 3D objects to ultimately empower holographic images at the University of Michigan. During the trials of this new invention, silver halide photographic emulsions and a recording medium were tools the tools used to magnify specific objects. Later,…

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  • Bitch Planet

    The Use of Future Technology To Force Individuals To Comply to Mandatory Expectations Through examining the use of technology and how the idea of this futuristic practices and institutions influence the non-compliant convicts. In Bitch Planet the theory of a panopticon, transparency; holographic and artificially intelligent technology create an unruly prison that is constantly under surveillance. Focusing on the corruption in future technology and how it affects individuals that are…

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  • Disadvantages Of Laparoscopic Surgery

    surgery, later referred to as MIS) surgery by itself is a modern surgical technique in which operations are performed far from their location through small incisions (usually 0.5–1.5 cm) elsewhere in the body [1]. The key element in laparoscopic surgery is the use of a laparoscope, a long fiber optic cable system (with our without which allows viewing of the affected area by snaking the cable from a more distant, but more easily accessible location. One of the significant disadvantages of…

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  • African American Inventor

    Kenneth J. Dunkley – Dunkley was known for his invention of the 3D glasses. He created a technique that blocks two areas of your peripheral vision in order to view images using three-dimension. He also contributed to holography which is the process of building holograms. 4. Elijah McCoy – He started working as an oilman for steam engines where he practiced his skills. With his experience and knowledge, McCoy was able to build a lubrication system. His design allows machines and engines to be…

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