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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Screenless Display technology

Holograms are now closer to reality thanks to the True 3D laser plasma technology which does not require traditional screens for displaying images.
Holographic messages, which we previously saw only in movies like Star Wars are about to become reality through a new technology arrived directly from Japan. This new projection system can be used to present images without the need for a screen.
The system works by focusing a laser beam that generates a plasma environment from the oxygen and nitrogen present in air, thus enabling it to display holographic images. The projected holographic images appear as 3D floating objects in mid-air.
At this point, the system creates approximately 50,000 points per second and features a frame rate of 10-15 FPS, but Japanese scientists are trying to increase it to 24-30 FPS. So far, the images are only monochromatic (single color), green, but multi-colored images but can also be created using lasers emitting at different wavelengths e.g. blue and red. Below, a video demonstrating the new True 3D technology.
There is no glass, no screen, but only the projected images floating on air. Those devices can create an astonishing optical effect of images suspended as 3D objects.
There is no physical screen, but images are rendered using the ambient air and nebulized water produced by the device cells that create a special sub-layer of steam. No chemicals or harmful products will affect the environment  The equipment comes in an energy-efficient, relatively light weight and no special work, stand or support to install. In this way it is possible to hide all the hardware part so that viewers will only watch the images displayed, offering the best experience possible.
No special software is needed, but we recommend that content be designed specifically for the Heliodisplay such as animation on a black background to offer a better 3D effect. All you need to do to start an amazing visual experience is to turn the device button on.
You can put your hand throuch the image, walk through it, manipulate and interact with the objects displayed. An incredibly scenic effect that will astonish viewers. The device is ideal for amusement parks, shows, museums and events.



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