Holoflex, the First Flexible Holographic Glasses-free 3D Display
The small screen here under is first flexible lightfield-enabled smartphone.
Researchers at the Human Media Lab at Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada) have developed the world’s first holographic flexible smartphone. The device, dubbed HoloFlex, is capable of rendering 3D images with motion parallax and stereoscopy to multiple simultaneous users without head tracking or glasses. Ok, it is low-res now with 160x104 pixels, but pixel count is expected to increase dramaticcally in the near future... Video demo here under!
Is Samsung Preparing a Smartphone with a 3D Holographic Display?
PatentlyMobile announced last week that Samsung applied in June 2015 for a patent about a new foldable smartphone with interated hologram and projector.
After last year's Estar Takee holographic phone that won a CES award, will we soon be able to buy a Samsung holophone?
Interactive Humagrams are Closer than Ever to True 3D Holograms
By projecting several images on stacked semi-transparent screens, ARHT ( Beverley Hills, CA,USA and Toronto, Canada) renders its Humagrams as lifelike as possible. The technology is not cheap as it requires a lot of supoer-bright projectors; so the first customers may be retail and entertainment pros instead of you and me... Video demo here under!
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