Australian-based Euclideon is using its revolutionary Unlimited Detail (UD) 3D graphics processing engine to build the “world’s first multi-user hologram table.” With a 4.9 x 4.9-foot working prototype already in action, the 8-perspective Euclideon hologram table gives up to four users the incredible experience of interacting with digital content without needing a bulky Augmented Reality […]
Two French designers, Phillippe Starck and Jerome Olivet, have an entirely new spin on the 21st-century smartphone. Considered to be the perfect mix between holographic technology and voice-recognition, the Alo smartphone has a “gelatinous, translucent and elongated case designed to fit naturally in the hand,” according to Dezeen.
Researchers from the Australian National University (ANU) are doing their best to make all of 3D holographic images you remember from Star Wars a reality. Except instead of the somewhat blurry 3D image of Princess Leia delivering a message to Obi-Wan Kenobi via R2-D2’s optics, researchers at ANU have created the highest quality 3D images […]
At the time the Nov. 30th, 2015 NBC News article, “Japanese Scientists Create Touchable Holograms” was published, 3D holograms were still considered a work-in-progress. Things that haunted digital holography consisted of poor image quality, non-colorful images, sub-par viewing angles, small image size and most importantly, lack of interaction. Japanese scientists, in collaboration with Utsuromiya University […]