United kingdom physicist and nobel laureate who invented holography – 3d representation of images – in the 1950s. He received the Nobel Award in Physics in 1971. He began his function in Germany, but fled the Nazi routine and worked the others of his lifestyle in Britain. It took a decade until technology allowed his holograms to fit the bill, and another a decade for his function to be honored the Nobel Award. He was created right into a Jewish family members that transformed their name from Gunszberg to Gaborin 1902. He was a higher college classmate of Laszlo Biro, inventor from the ballpoint pen.