Microsoft’s augmented reality (AR) headset HoloLens is becoming more useful every day and it hasn’t even been released yet, the developers edition is due next month. The latest mind blowing use for the Buck Rogers helmet (headset) is teleportation, or rather holoportation. A name that unintentionally blends holodeck (and HoloLens too) with teleportation, two of our favorite Star Trek technologies. Luckily it’s also a very accurate description of the technology.
Through the magic of technology Holoportation allows two disparate people to share their presence, to communicate. Sending your live image (avatar) instantly over vast distances you can now appear to be in the room with your friends and visa versa, as long as you are all wearing HoloLens AR headsets.
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Bringing photons to life in a stunning 3D holographic display has till now been then the domain of men in white coats with immensely powerful lasers and a myriad of mirrors. Typically not something that we all have access to and let’s face it not many of us could get away with it in our living rooms.
Holograms however don’t need to be that complicated, there is an easy way that anyone can do and the results are simply stunning. YouTuber MrWhosTheBoss has put together a little DIY tutorial that will show anyone how to build the simple Holographic projector with a few bits of clear plastic and some sticky tape.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the DIY tutorial that will lead to hours of oows and ahhs in your living room. Sit back relax and prepare to amaze your friends and family with the Star Wars display made from spare plastic and sticky tape.
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Holographic displays promise the ultimate in immersive experiences, virtual reality without the goggles. But this is a technology that keeps the world waiting for the promise to be delivered. Taking a small step for the technology Holho may just bring Holographic displays within everyone’s reach, just don’t tap the glass.
Incredibly the Holho projectors use no moving parts or expensive electronics to produce an incredibly clear holographic display. Relying instead on an optical illusion and existing technology to produce the effect.
Presented for your viewing pleasure are the coolest demonstration video’s this week, videos that may just fool your perceptions one more time. Sit back relax and let reality pass you by as the holograms come to life.
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