VoxieBox is licensing its "Princess Leia" Hologram Technology
After years of patent-pending research and development, the most breathtaking advance in 3D display technology is ready to leave the labs at VOXON (Adelaide, Australia and San Francisco, CA,USA). Voxiebox displays 3D objets in a rectangular volume (approximately one square footà with a resolution around 1,000 x 1,000 x 200 voxels. Objects are visible from all directions without any special glasses. Watch the video demo here under.
Gaming on a Voxiebox demonstrated at Avcon2015
HP Zvr - A Step Closer to True Holographic Viewing
The HP Zvr Virtual Reality Display -powered by zSpace technology- provides for an immersive, real-time exploration and manipulation of 3D content.
Hewlett-Packard and the device’s original manufacturer, California-based zSpace, have worked with developers such as Dassault, Autodesk and Siemens to adapt their 3D content to the Zvr, while zSpace has released a software development kit for educators and others creating applications. The 3D glasses have five sensors, meaning the 3D perspective changes as you move around the monitor, just as a real-life perspective changes as you walk by.
Fairy Lights Holographic Display
Agroup of Japanese researchers recreated a miniature "Princess Leia materializing above R2-D2"-like hologram with femtosecond lasers and clever holographic computation.
Graphene Nanopixels are the Key to Future 3D Holographic Displays
In a paper published today in Nature Communications, Xiangping Li from Swinburne University of Technology (Australia) and several contributors show how their technology realises wide viewing-angle and full-colour floating 3D display in graphene-based materials. Ultimately this will help to transform wearable displaying devices into floating 3D displays.