studio at the VVC
holographic studio at the VVC (All-Russian
Exhibition Center, Moscow) was established at the
end of 1992 due to the efforts of Viacheslav E.
Makhotkin and Sergey P. Vorobyov.
The studio is equipped with a unique pulse laser
and other devices which provide high quality manufacturing
of pictorial holograms. The availability of the
pulse laser allows us to record any object on holograms:
including domestic animals, to make portraits of
people, to create artistic compositions.
several years the studio group has enhanced technology
of pulse hologram manufacturing and recorded the
interesting collection of pictorial
holograms, which is displayed in the pavilion.
The exhibition presents holograms of different collections
with many subjects.
often come to our studio to experiment with the
3-D images. The studio equipment allows free manipulations with the object’s lighting in order
to create complicated compositions according to
the artist’s design ("Art
of the holography"). Picture represents
the "Creator" hologram of the artist Dmitriy
Our studio maintains
close contacts with other holographic laboratories both in our country and abroad. Among
them are: the holographic laboratory in the Russian Research Institute for Cinematography
(NIKFI, Moscow), the holographic laboratory of the State Optical Institute (GOI,
Saint-Petersburg), the Institute of Applied Optics of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences
(Kiev), a large holographic laboratory in Vilnius, Lithuania ("Geola"), holographic
photoplates factory “Slavich"
(Pereslavl-Zalesskiy, Russia) and many others.
in our studio together with other exhibits of the
“Central” pavilion were displayed at various exhibitions
both in Russia and abroad. Among them are: “Eureka”,
an annual exhibition (Brussels, Belgium) (the collection
of our holograms was awarded a golden medal in 1995
and a silver medal in 1996), “Hobbytronika” exhibition,
1996 (Turin, Italy), the holographic exhibition
within the project “Saisons Russes a Cote d’Azure”
in 1997 (Cannes, France), an international exhibition
on scientific-technical leisure, 1997 (Pretoria,
South Africa), EXPO 2000 (Hannover, Germany) and
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