The Mona Lisa was I believe, the first computer generated image using morphing software to be made into a hologram. The image was scanned then mirrored and a sequence of 36 frames generated by morphing between these two images. I used Morph 1.0 for the Apple Mac in 1992. The resulting computer files were scanned to photographic film using an Oxbury film scanner and transferred on a rostrum camera for registration. The resulting film strip was projected using the multiplex stereogram set up at the RCA, made by Nick Phillips, linked to the 10J Ruby pulse to expose a 10" X 8" master on Agfa 8e75HD film and transferred to an H2 holographic glass plate. It is one of a series including Leonardo and Van Gogh.