Holobricks: An Approach to Producing Large Holographic Displays

by Arthur Berman

Daping Chu, within the Centre for Photonic Devices and Sensors at the University of Cambridge (Cambridge, UK), is leading a team that includes collaborators from Disney Research (Glendale, CA) in the development of a …

Tags:Holography| large displays| R&D (Research & Development)

CY Vision Works with BMW on AR Windscreens

by Bob Raikes

What They Say CY Vision said that it is working together with BMW on the development of holography-based windshield AR displays and was showing the technology at CES this week. The firm said that …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Automotive| CES 2022| Holography

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The Future of 3D display and the Emergence of Holographic TV

by Bob Raikes

What They Say A paper in Light:Advanced Manufacturing that looked at the development of different communication and display technologies based on their bit rates. The article highlights the challenges that need to be overcome …

Tags:Holographic Displays| Holography| Stereo 3D| Stereopsis

A Double Buzzword Fix – Holography And AI

by Bob Raikes

AI is one of the big buzzwords of the last few years and now a group of researchers at the Stanford Computational Imaging Lab (and including a visiting scholar from Nvidia) are using the …

Tags:Big Data/AI| Holographic Displays| Holography

WayRay unveiled its Holograktor concept car

by Bob Raikes

What They Say WayRay showed a new concept car, the Holograktor that includes a wide angle AR concept. The concept is designed to be driven remotely or conventionally. The car’s glazing uses AR technology …

Tags:Automotive| Holography| Projectors

Will your next TV really be a $1 AR app?

by Bob Raikes

What They Say The Protocol Next Up newsletter picked up on a comment by Mark Zuckerberg last week that “Lots of things that are physical today, like screens, will just be holograms in the …

Tags:Holographic Displays| Holography| The Metaverse| TV Viewing| TVs (TV Sets)

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New metasurface can tune laser light without additional components

by Bob Raikes

What They Say A team of researchers at Harvard have developed a metasurface that can tune the amplitude, phase, and polarization properties of laser light, including the wavelength. No additional components are needed. The …

Tags:Holography| Laser| R&D (Research & Development)

Covestro and Ceres Holographics Announce Strategic Partnership

by Artem Alekseenko

Scottish technology provider Ceres Holographics announces a strategic partnership with Covestro to commercialize Bayfol® HX photopolymer films for transparent automotive display applications. Ceres Holographics uses them to create specialty solutions with customized holographic optical …

Tags:Automotive| Holography| Transparent Displays