Date: Fri Aug 7 11:13:11 2009

Author: Dale E. Stille

Subject: Re: multiplex hologram

Post:

Andy,

Count me in for 1.

Dale Stille
U of Iowa

A Gavrin wrote:
> All -
>
> I have started the process, asking for pricing on an order of "~5."
> Others who are interested may still jump in, but probably not for long!
> Please let me know.
>
> - Andy
>
>
>
> On Aug 6, 2009, at 8:09 AM, David Maiullo wrote:
>
>> Hi Andy,
>>
>> I'd be very interested in that as a possibility. Do you want to do
>> the leg work?
>>
>> Anyone else?
>>
>> Dave/RU
>>
>> A Gavrin wrote:
>>> If others are interested in contacting him about this special order,
>>> perhaps we can do so as a group. I would be in for one.
>>>
>>> - Andy
>>>
>>>
>>> On Aug 5, 2009, at 11:31 AM, Bill McNairy wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello Urs, Sam, and TapLers--
>>>>
>>>> Sorry to have missed the Michigan meeting-- hope to see you in
>>>> Washington this spring. Duke Physics was kind enough to give me
>>>> another six months of benefits/reduced pay in this difficult
>>>> climate-- NC has a statewide freeze on hiring teachers. Sigh.
>>>>
>>>> On the subject of 'The Kiss' hologram, I had the pleasure in 2006 of
>>>> tracking down its maker, Mr. Jason Sapan, of Holographic Studios,
>>>> Inc. in NYC.-- web site is http://www.holostudios.com/
>>>>
>>>> From his catalog you can see that he makes the TRex hologram, and
>>>> many others.
>>>> In 2006 we purchased 'The Kiss' hologram from him and it looks
>>>> great. I just called him up to confirm availability and pricing--
>>>> it's not listed on his website but is a 'special order' item. The
>>>> hologram goes for $300, and he also has an acrylic frame to
>>>> hold/display it for an additional $150. I believe that ours
>>>> includes a thin sheet of plastic to protect the outer surface from
>>>> fingerprints, and theorists! We store it in a clear 33 gallon trash
>>>> bag to keep the dust off.
>>>> I've included Jason's email in the To: field above so that you can
>>>> email him with any questions. He's great to talk with about
>>>> holograms and school outreach projects. A fine fellow who
>>>> contributes a lot to education.
>>>> I also purchased several small holos on mirrored mylar to give out
>>>> to kids at demo shows. As with many things in the modern age, the
>>>> cost is mainly in the setup-- runing xx copies is thereafter fairly
>>>> inexpensive. They've been a hit with kids of all ages.
>>>>
>>>> Take care to all!
>>>>
>>>> bill
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> ________________________________
>>> Andrew D. Gavrin
>>> Chairman & Associate Professor
>>> Department of Physics, LD154
>>> 402 N. Blackford St.
>>> Indianapolis, IN 46202-3273
>>>
>>> 317-274-6909
>>> agavrin@iupui.edu
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
>
> ________________________________
> Andrew D. Gavrin
> Chairman & Associate Professor
> Department of Physics, LD154
> 402 N. Blackford St.
> Indianapolis, IN 46202-3273
>
> 317-274-6909
> agavrin@iupui.edu
>
>
>


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