I admire very much Leonardo Da Vinci's turbulent flow drawings at Leicester Codex.
Leonardo invested too much time to investigate fluid flow and tried to understand , catalog the shapes in turbulence. And carried this knowledge to other subjects for example foliage or hair drawings. I read that he never copied what he sees but collect all knowledge to create attractive drawings.
I am thinking to replay his experiments as seen and understood from his drawings at the codexes and hologram them.
How can a water flowing from a well and pour on to a pond could be hologrammed ?
An British woman photographer , dropped a photopaper in to the river and exposed it from the surface with flash.
Mine is more complex but at home lab , fluid flow can be controlled .
My idea is to make a transparent acrylic box and put a hologram glass back of it and fire a green laser to cross the turbulent water and reflect from the hologram glass and source and reflection crosses for to make a hologram .
Is there green light sensitive hologram plate and does it work and do you have an idea ?
Mustafa Umut Sarac