Holographic projection/ virtual imaging technology
Holographic projection technology, also known as virtual imaging technology, records and reproduces three-dimensional images of objects.
Holographic projection technology shows genuine and virtual characters in stereodynamic images, and 3D models. Audiences do not need to wear any devices (VR glasses), or use hardware (table computer) or software (APPs) to see these 1:1 restored stereoscopic images. They’re able to interact with real actors, even perform with them, and this form of projection has an incredible audiovisual effect on time travel, illusion, and reality.
Holographic projection technology has a wide range of applications. As well as being used in entertainment performances, education, medicine, physical culture, industry, and manufacturing, it can also be used in exhibitions, business conferences, studios, markets, stadiums, hotels, classrooms, scientific research institutions, and many more environments. For instance, celebrities and honored guests who are unable to attend events, can be transported there by holographic projection. Through holographic display children could visually learn from prerecorded actions, at automobile shows holographic projection could give audiences’ mechanical details on internal and external structures, or at seminars for scientific research, medicine, industry, and information technology, complex research results can be analyzed from multiple perspectives of 360 degrees. Holographic projection provides infinite possibilities for our future.