23JAN 2018
Touchable Holography

Touchable Holography

A lot of work is currently going into creating Star Wars-esque 3D holograms that can be seen by the naked eye without wearing 3D glasses, and now researchers have found a way to make safe, touchable mid-air displays using femtosecond lasers. It is possible to create holograms in mid-air using a laser-induced plasma display, which works by ionising air molecules so that they release…

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14JAN 2018
Holographic Imaging technology

Holographic Imaging technology

Zebra Imaging s proven, patented and award-winning holographic visualization technology represents a significant leap forward in the art and science of 3D imaging. Based on more than fifteen years of research that began at the MIT Media Lab and led to more than 30 patents and counting, Zebra Imaging offers some of the most innovative holographic products and technologies in the…

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05JAN 2018
When will Holograms be available

When will Holograms be available

Your mobile phone could have a 3D holographic projector just like the ones seen in Star Wars within two years, claims a Californian startup. Instead of talking to friends on the phone, we could soon be talking to projected avatars of them standing on our smartphone in the palm of our hands. And, unlike the glitch, low-resolution Star Wars holograms, these would be sharp, smooth…

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27DEC 2017
Hologram Cost

Hologram Cost

A synthetic (or digital) Michael Jackson performs at the Billboard Music Awards. Eyes popped at the staggering $500, cost to produce Michael Jackson s nearly 14-minute-long Thriller video in 1983. Fast forward to today, and a nearly 4-minute-long hologram performance at the recent Billboard Music Awards by a now-deceased Jackson cost multiple millions to make, according to…

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18DEC 2017
Diffraction grating intensity

Diffraction grating intensity

Quantitative description and analysis [edit] Waves propagating through a slit one wavelength wide. Waves propagating through a slit six wavelengths wide. Because diffraction is the result of addition of all waves (of given wavelength) along all unobstructed paths, the usual procedure is to consider the contribution of an infinitesimally small neighborhood around a certain path (this…

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09DEC 2017
Hologram fashion show

Hologram fashion show

Overview Performed for 850 people at the Kampnagel, Hamburg, Stefan Eckert’s 2011 show was the largest fashion show holographic installation ever created at the time. The show’s innovative installation combined filmed real-life models with sound and light special effects, completely wowing the audience and showcasing Eckert’s amazing haute couture collection. A huge 18m foil was…

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29NOV 2017
Holographic projection technology

Holographic projection technology

Musion Eyeliner System is a new and unique high definition video projection system allowing spectacular freeform three-dimensional moving images to appear within a live stage setting. Eyeliner brings dramatic, previously unseen 21st century video film effects to the live set mediums of stage, AV - artistic performances, conference or trade show presentations, retail window displays…

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20NOV 2017
What is a Holography?

What is a Holography?

At Zebra, we get a lot of questions about holograms. Questions about security holograms, the kind of holograms in the movies, the kind making social media frenzys. While these are all really cool special effects, they technically aren t holograms. Sorry Tupac. That includes you. Michael too. Watch our video on what a hologram is and what Zebra does to produce a hologram Turning…

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11NOV 2017
Holographic world

Holographic world

In 1982 a remarkable event took place. At the University of Paris a research team led by physicist Alain Aspect performed what may turn out to be one of the most important experiments of the 20th century. You did not hear about it on the evening news. In fact, unless you are in the habit of reading scientific journals you probably have never even heard Aspect s name, though there…

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02NOV 2017
Hand drawn Holograms

Hand drawn Holograms

Several hologram plates. (Obviously you cannot see the 3D effect in this flat photograph.) Depending on the tilt of the plate with respect to the sun, you might accidentally discover the pseudoscopic image of the V,and it may appear to float *above* the surface of the plastic. Tilt the plate to bring the far edge up and towards you and you ll then find the orthoscopic image…

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24OCT 2017
How to make an hologram?

How to make an hologram?

Feel like resurrecting Tupac in your own home? No problem. U.K.-based tech enthusiast Mrwhosetheboss posted a now-viral tutorial on YouTube that shows how to turn any smartphone into a hologram projector. The video was inspired by another, very similar YouTube tutorial by American Hacker teaching his viewers how to watch 3D videos without wearing designated glasses. Here s what…

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15OCT 2017
Holographic communication

Holographic communication

Watch the TeleHuman and BodiPod technologies in action. Image courtesy Human Media Lab, Queen s University. The TeleHuman, as the technology is known, works with two people standing in front of their own cylindrical display video-conferencing pods. Each person communicates to holographic life-size 3D projections of one another. This image is visible 360 degrees around the pod and…

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06OCT 2017
3D Holographic phone

3D Holographic phone

Just got the Takee 1 today and want to share my full unboxing & first impressions about this phone. This is a new cheaper version of the last year released Takee 1. This version comes without any earphones and a more discreet packaging. For me it is okay, as the phone and hardware is the same, but the price is so much better. This version includes working Google Play Store…

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