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Holograms

Fologram

Fologram

Fologram combines computer-aided design with the holographic capabilities of Microsoft’s HoloLens headset to help in assembling even complex objects. The hologram can overlay exactly where each piece of the build should go, as well as an outline of the finished product.

Looking Glass Holographic Display

Looking Glass Holographic Display
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The Looking Glass is a compact and self-contained volumetric display that lets you view 3D models in full 3D without the need for a virtual reality or augmented reality headset. It’s meant for 3D animators, designers, and anyone who works with 3D models.

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HoloPlayer One Development Edition

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Looking Glass Factory’s interactive display uses specialized optics to send 32 different views of a video towards its viewer’s eye. The result is a holographic 3D image which appears to float in mid air. An Intel RealSense depth camera allows for users to interact with the image.

Voxon VX1 Volumetric Display

Voxon VX1 Volumetric Display

Developed by Voxon Photonics, the VX1 can display incredible holographic 3D images which float in space. It uses a proprietary technology which can project more than half a billion points of light every second onto a rapidly moving projection surface. More here.

DIY Cortana Holographic AI Assistant

DIY Cortana Holographic AI Assistant

Web developer unt1tled made his own virtual assistant based on Windows’ Cortana. What makes it stand out is that he built an accompanying holographic image by reflecting a custom-made 3D animation from a monitor to three panes of glass.

Microsoft: Holoportation

Microsoft: Holoportation

Microsoft’s vision for holographic communication uses a ton of 3D cameras and its HoloLens augmented reality headset. The scanning and transmission of 3D models happens in real time with just a slight lag.

Dr. Laser

Dr. Laser

Great Big Story talks to Jason Sapan, founder of Holographic Studios and a holography pioneer. Located in Manhattan, NYC, his shop offers holography services and classes and also has the world’s oldest gallery of holography.

Holorama

Holorama

Filmmaker Jeff Desom teamed up with model maker Oli Pesch to recreate miniature sets of famous movie scenes, and then populated them with “holographic” images of actors projected onto an angled semi-transparent screen. This is how 3D movies should look. More here.

More Than a Sign

More Than a Sign

In Russia, many drivers ignore signs for disabled parking spaces. The non-profit Dislife decided to teach these folks a lesson by rigging up holographic projections of people with disabilities who would pop up as they enter a parking space without the proper permit.

Creating Holographic Illusions

Creating Holographic Illusions

DIY effects artist Joey Shanks shows off a couple of really cool practical visual effects which can produce the illusion of holographic or floating images. The clothes steamer and humidifier ones are really pretty nifty.

LEGO Star Wars Hologram

LEGO Star Wars Hologram

YouTuber H1tmonchan spotted this kick-ass window display at a toy store in a mall in Norway. The diorama made of LEGO Star Wars sets came alive through the use of a hologram-style projection.

2pac Resurrected

2pac Resurrected

(NSFW) Missed the live stream of Coachella’s first weekend? Well you snoozed on an incredible headline performance by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg that featured a holographic Tupac Shakur.

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