Bleeding Edge: If you're old enough, you've probably seen a whole lot of "holograms". However, they all fall behind the very high point created by science fiction. Neither a Star Trek holocaust nor even a 3D rendering of Princess Leia by Obi van Kenobi was performed as the "only hope" of the uprising.
A Silicon Valley startup called Light Field Lab aims to make real things in the form of light a reality. That is, it has a screen called SolidLight that can display a seemingly solid object without the use of external mechanisms or optical illusions. This technology allows light waves to interact at a specific point in physical space, which your eye can detect. "SolidLight is unlike anything you've tried before," says John Carfin, CEO of Light Field Lab. "Only after touching a SolidLight object do you realize it doesn't exist. SolidLight is redefining what's considered real, changing visual communication, changing audience interaction and customer experiences forever. Give."
The page must have a pixel tone to do this. The 28-inch Light Field screen has 2.5 billion pixels. In terms of context, that's more than 300 times the 8.2 million pixels on a 4K TV. The panels are modular, so they can be joined together to create massive wall panels at 10 billion pixels per meter. Business and entertainment scenarios, as seen in the concept video on the company's website. Don't let the remote nature of SolidLight fool you into thinking this is a gone technology at best.
Light Field Lab was set up in 2017 with financial support from major companies such as Samsung, Verizon, Comcast, Bosch, and others. I've been working on this technology for several years and the first round of pre-orders sold out straight away in 2019. On Thursday, the second round of pre-orders began being accepted, so I'm beyond a simple conceptual view. design.
The screens are currently in pre-production but will soon be released for mass production. This technology is likely to be too expensive for ordinary consumers. However, we could see commercial software used in advertising and entertainment early next year.
Technology startup screen creates 3D objects by manipulating light waves