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Here you’ll find a delightfully curious passion project: an assorted collection of 180 lasers and holograms, from the 1970s to the modern era. It’s fascinating seeing how the technology evolved from a giant tube that was water-cooled to a small diode that can be bought for less than the price of a burrito.
The owner, Bob Hess, is an active holographer and passionate about his craft. He has been working with lasers and making holograms since 1980.
Know Before You Go
There is not much for children to do and a lot of stuff they could accidentally break.