Ongoing Holographic Research
The holographic and anaglyph images that we produced are still being investigated. You have to be very careful with the interpretations and to give some examples where we found 3D reliefs in the image and are looking for possibilities of what that could be, look at the photographs Figure 1) till figure 4).
Of great interest in the 3D-studies are the image-less areas, for example: under the beard, the sides of the face,(a possible solution you will find under the chapter FINDINGS).
Also the areas around the hands and the lower parts of the arms, the sides of the upper legs and specially the right anatomical upper leg and the lower parts of the legs are image-less areas of great interest.
We know from the investigations of Alan Adler, that under the bloodspots there is no image. We know also from the investigations of Prof. Avinoam Danin that there are flower- and plant images on the Shroud and the body-image. It is realistic to state, that seemingly the presence of the blood and the flowers blocked the formation of the body-image. That means also that whatever “energy” formed the image of the body, that this energy seemingly came from inside the body in an upward and downward direction and was blocked by solid objects like the blood or the flowers and plants.
For the 3D-investigations the image-less areas are of the utmost importance, because the question is basically: Was there something solid present in these image-less areas that blocked the formation of the body-image ????? So the research is only beginning and we are developing more sophisticated techniques of 3D conversion and imaging.
An interesting discovery to mention is the following. When Bernardo Galmarini started with the 2D to 3D conversion he first took away the bloodspots in a complete layer, because these bloodspots contained a lot of “digital noise” and formed by direct contact with the linen, so they were not part of the gray-scale of the image. After finalizing the conversion to three dimensions, this layer, containing the bloodspots was carefully positioned on top of the 3D-image of the body and it was interesting to note that they ended up anatomically correct. The blood in the hair for example ended up IN the hair again and not on the side of the face, where some investigators concluded that it should have been.