Will the holographic images change our way of living? Check out the videos below to get an idea…
Holographic images in big scale:
- Celine Dion Holograms Caesar’s Palace
- 3D Holographic Fashion Show in Hamburg
- Burberry’s Beijing Digital Fashion Show
- Adidas France – 3D Mapping Projection
- Hatsume Miku in a concert “Hatsume Miku – World is Mine Live“, “Hatsune Miku – Love is War”
- More about Hatsume Miku ia available here.
- Live Augmented Reality-National Geographic (GOOD)
There is clearly a security aspect too, since one could send hologram into a concert…
- Cisco hologram, virtual mannequin
- The Holographic Home (GOOD)
- Virtual Presenter now in Norway!
- Hologram Telepresence – Holographic Conferencing Presented Via True Telepresence (GOOD)
- hologram on table “Earth hologram VFX“
- Holographic TV
- Live Hologram Singers
- Vermeer Interactive Display (Microsoft) (GOOD)
- Microsoft Research in Redmond, a personal tour – On The Verge (GOOD)
- Holographics + Augmented Reality (GOOD)
Holography refers to the technique that enables light scattered from an object to be recorded and later reconstructed. The product of holography, called a hologram, may be projected via this technology so that it can be viewed as a three-dimensional image.
A hologram is often described as a three-dimensional picture. While this is a good way to get a general idea of what you would experience looking at one, holography has very little in common with traditional photography.
While a photograph has an actual physical image, a hologram contains information about the size, shape, brightness and contrast of the object being recorded. This information is stored in a very microscopic and complex pattern of interference. The interference pattern is made possible by the properties of light generated by a LASER.
Holography is a technique which allows the recording and playback of true, three-dimensional images. The image is called a hologram. Unlike other 3-D “pictures”, holograms provide what is called “parallax”. Parallax allows the viewer to move back and forth, up and down, and see different perspectives — as if the object were actually there.
More about the subject
- Holographic 3D Telepresence (GOOD, holographic explained)
- How holograms are mades (with laser) (“classical” photo, no display!)
Note: Holographic 3D image means that when you change your angle of view, then you will see different part of the 3D image. If a plain screen is used, then even when changing your angle of view, you still see the same image. (I hope the example videos above are all real 3D images)