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Hologram on Display in Texas

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2001
The first of three sections of a "Texas-size" hologram has been installed over the baggage claim area of Barbara Jordan Terminal at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Austin, Texas. Donated by Samsung Austin Semiconductor, Zebra Imaging Inc. and frog design's frogTX office, all in Austin, the hologram commemorates the airport's second anniversary. When completed, it will be the largest public three-dimensional image in the world, at 30 x 4 feet.

The first 10 x 4-foot panel, titled Music, displays a guitar and the sheet music and lyrics to "London Homesick Blues" by Gary P. Nunn, Texas' official ambassador to the world and writer of its state song, "What I Like About Texas." The other panels, Nature and Technology, are scheduled for installation this year.

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