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Famous scene from Episode IV of Star Wars, in which Princess Leia called aid through holographic projection gradually approaching reality.

The theory of holography was founded in 1947 by the Hungarian scientist Dennis Gabor and accidental discovery made during research conducted in order to improve electron microscopy.

But holography develop until the early 60s of last century after the creation of lasers, which are powerful sources of coherent light that is necessary for obtaining and recovery of holographic images.

1. Dreamoc

Dreamoc displays are designed to present products in combination with floating 3D holographic elements and video. They were introduced by RealFiction in 2009 and is mainly used in advertising campaigns. Thanks to its stunning visual effect, Dreamoc display quickly became the center of attention in every shopping mall, shop or exhibition creating effect immediately “stop and wonder,” that all traders seek.

2. Holo

Holo project is presented as “the world’s first 360 ° interactive hologram.” The display generates gesture control so you can control through gestures holograms. Unfortunately, it is not impossible to escape the fact, as with Dreamoc, holograms that are encased in glass frames.

3. Ostendo Technologies

Ostendo Technologies company promises soon holograms become real technology in smartphones. It has developed a new microchip that can allow mobile devices to screen literally in the air quality three-dimensional images. The microchip allows for the design of two-dimensional images of different surfaces. Accordingly, the image may be diagonal to 48 inches, and in the pixel density of 5000 ppi images are extremely detailed. Furthermore, the chip can control the color gamut, brightness and angle of each projected light beam. At the same time the device is very small – its dimensions are comparable to those of the camera module in today’s mobile gadgets, so it can be easily embedded in smartphones, tablets and other mobile equipment.

4. Holovision

HoloVision is a technology designed three-dimensional image in natural size, freely “floating” in space, which creates a maximum of 2.5 meters from the projector. The project raises funds in Kickstarter.

5. Voxon Voxiebox

Voxiebox is “the world’s first holographic gaming system.” The technology relies on a small projector that illuminates the 2D image set to “screen for viewing”, 3D holographic image is created by vibrating the screen up and down at a speed of 20 Hz. The result is brilliant, but unfortunately holograms are still low resolution. Voxiebox first product, Voxatron Table already sold for $10,000.

6. Holo-Gauze

Holo-Gauze is a hologram technology developed by Holotronica. Recently it was created the largest holographic effect in the world. This was stretched practically invisible gauze on which images were projected. The audience even believe for a moment that sees the real performers of Lord of the Dance.

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