Volumetric Displays


Tabletop 360º Display Can be Viewed Glasses-free

by Arthur Berman

A team of researchers headed by Yongjun Lim at the 5G Giga Communication Research Laboratory within the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (Daejeon, South Korea) is developing a novel tabletop holographic display. The system …

Tags:Holographic Displays| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 24 - Issue 19| Volumetric Displays

LightSpace 3D Volumetric Displays Are Back

by Arthur Berman

Several years ago, LightSpace Technologies Inc. (Riga, Latvia, Twinsburg, OH and San Jose, CA) offered a 3D volumetric display product. The product was not successful and the company went out of business. The latest …

Tags:Vol 24 - Issue 15| Volumetric Displays

Zecotek Says Interest in HUDs

by Bob Raikes

Zecotek Photonics Inc. of Singapore, a developer of said that that another major European automobile manufacturer has expressed interest in integrating Zecotek’s 3D technology into a brand specific 3D head-up display (HUD) and entertainment …

Tags:Automotive| Autostereo 3D| Head Up Displays HUDs| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 13| Volumetric Displays

A Compact Display System that uses a Laser to Draw Objects in the Air

by Arthur Berman

Holovect (Austin, TX)is developing a laser-based volumetric display in which the complete system can fit on a lab bench or desktop. Company literature clearly states that image produced by the Holovect Mk II is, …

Tags:Laser| Vol 23 - Issue 43| Volumetric Displays

Floating Pixels Developed in the UK

by Bob Raikes

Groups from the Universities of Sussex and Bristol have developed a display that uses ultrasound acoustics to suspend physical pixels in mid-air while using electrostatic force to rotate the pixel to show different colours. …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Novel Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 42| Volumetric Displays

Looking Glass Offers a Volumetric Display for the Consumer

by Norbert Hildebrand

As reported by CNBC and others, a Brooklyn, New York, based start-up called Looking Glass Factory s offering a volumetric display for the consumer. The display is called Volume and is a cube made …

Tags:3D (Three Dimensions)| Large Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 38| Volumetric Displays

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3DIcon Changes Focus – Merges with Coretec Industries

by Chris Chinnock

3DIcon Corporation, a developer of 3D volumetric display technologies that are designed to produce 360-degree volumetric high-resolution images, has announced that it has entered into an agreement to merge with Coretec Industries LLC, a …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 22| Volumetric Displays

Third-Gen Volumetric Display Coming from Holoxica

by Chris Chinnock

Holoxica is a Scottish company which has just received €1.28 million from the European Commission’s Horizon2020 SME Instrument to develop its third generation holographic display. It will be aimed at providing volumetric display of …

Tags:3D (Three Dimensions)| Holographic Displays| Medical| Vol 23 - Issue 08| Volumetric Displays


Voxon Set to License Volumetric 3D Technology

by Arthur Berman

Voxon, Co. (Adelaide, Australia and San Francisco, CA) has developed a volumetric 3D display called Voxiebox. Voxiebox works by rapidly moving a flat screen up and down. An extremely fast video projector synchronously projects …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 31| Volumetric Displays

“Fairy Lights” Holographic Display Under Development

by Arthur Berman

A team composed of researchers from several universities and a corporation and led by Yoichi Ochiai, an Assistant Professor in the Digital Nature Group at the University of Tsukuba (Tsukuba, Japan), is developing a …

Tags:Imaging| Laser| Vol 22 - Issue 29| Volumetric Displays

3DIcon Describes New Medium for Volumetric Displays

by Chris Chinnock

3DIcon is a technology company that is focused on their CSpace display technology. Recently, the company published a report in the Journal of Display Technology that describes a new liquid medium in which a …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 10| Volumetric Displays