Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd (DNP) has developed a full-color Lippmann hologram that includes improved brightness and mass productivity capabilities. Developed using improved materials and production systems, the new full-color Lippmann hologram boasts twice the height brightness of earlier holograms.
DNP has addressed producing productivity by automating producing facilities and deploying numerous labor-saving technologies, thereby cutting producing prices by roughly 0.5. the upper style flexibility and lower value of the new technology enable DNP to supply full-color Lippmann holograms for a wider vary of applications, as well as character licensing Hologram Label and luxury complete protection.
The full-color Lippmann hologram will produce additional realistic three-dimensional (3D) pictures for stronger security against counterfeiting. because the manufacture of Lippmann holograms needs special materials and producing processes, solely some of corporations anywhere within the world - DNP among them - are capable of mass-producing these holograms - creating counterfeiting extraordinarily tough.
The multiple 3D pictures is reproduced at constant position on the hologram, that are switched by changing viewing angle vertically or horizontally.
DNP's full-color Lippmann hologram will record the safety style parts, that are conventionally two-dimensional micro texts and guilloche patterns, as 3D holographic pictures, improving security against counterfeiting. Authenticity is confirmed by inspecting these holographic pictures with a magnifying glass.
Directing a laser beam onto the designated space of the hologram and directing the mirrored beam toward the window of a special device makes it potential to look at characters or pictures within the holographic image that might preferably be invisible. This feature may also be used to verify authenticity.
DNP plans to supply full-color Lippmann holograms to be used on merchandise that need advanced security measures.