On our Technology page we describe selected aspects of holographic display technology, which SeeReal is actively pursuing. But how do all these things contribute to a holographic 3D (H3D) display? A short intro on how this works for example in … Continue Reading
I'm still very bullish on 3D, ..., and ultimately I think it can happen — with no glasses. We'll get there.
You may have heard about Leap Motion’s gesture recognition system but providing tactile feedback to the user is another story. Complete implementation of such a solution actually requires both, recognition of a user’s hands, their relative position to virtual objects … Continue Reading
"There was a realism and a sense of excitement like nothing I had ever felt before. Not only was I amazed; I determined then and there to figure out how it worked."
At that time SeeReal focused on Auto-Stereoscopic 3D Displays (ASD), their development, manufacture and sale. The SeeReal range of products included ASD with eye tracking and without. The eye-tracked models had the advantage that viewer freedom of movement was very … Continue Reading
… The notion of a holographic universe is particularly appealing to physicists, since it would reconcile irregularities with Einstein’s theory of general relativity and quantum mechanics. While Einstein’s findings do a fine job of explaining large-scale aspects of the universe, … Continue Reading
There is an interesting article from Augusto Beléndez, University of Alicante (Spain) “Dennis Gabor, “Father of Holography” ” where he nicely summarizes Gabor’s work on holography. He writes: … Gabor came up with the answer to this question [ improving … Continue Reading