A hologram is a product of holography, a three-dimensional image created by a laser reproducing an image of a three-dimensional object. Holographies trick the future of visual entertainment, because until today this method was the most promising way to visualize three-dimensional scenes. For the invention of the method of holography in 1947, Dennis Gabor received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1971. It’s simple: you literally see the real object, which is actually a three-dimensional image. It can be circumvented, viewed from all sides, you can give a powerful depth, which can not boast of any other 3D-display technology.
Technologies are developing by leaps and bounds and the widespread invention of various robots is already the norm. Another thing – holograms. It seems that 2D models appeared not so long ago, and they were replaced by full-fledged 3D prototypes.
The main areas of application of 3D holograms.
Where the holograph can be used
- THE MEDICINE
Not so long ago, the technology of 3D-holographic imaging, developed for heart surgery, has successfully passed clinical trials. Such interactive three-dimensional images can be made in real time on a database obtained with an angiograph and ultrasound cardiology system.
The cardiologist can study and examine the hologram of the heart “floating” in the air in full detail during the course of a minimally invasive operation (this operation involves minimizing the area of intervention in the body and the extent of tissue injury). In this case, he does not need special glasses. The use of three-dimensional images will help in conducting minimally invasive operations on the heart and not only.
According to the developers, 3D holograms will make a new step in the development of visualization in cardiac surgery, and the need for this technology will continue to grow.
- TV SHOW
The direction of the three-dimensional television image with might and main is being developed for those to whom this technology is pleasant and suitable.
The first generations of holographic televisions already exist. Japanese experts believe that holographic television will become mainstream until 2020 and offer to broadcast the World Cup 2022 in this format. But not only the Holo-TV theme is interesting. Pseudo-holography and holography technologies will soon take many devices and processes in the lives of people and companies to a new level. This is already starting to happen.
Not so long ago, the Turkish Prime Minister spoke to supporters in the form of a 3D hologram – the “holographic prime minister”, towering over the hall and dissolving in space, said that the party that his party would participate in the elections.
- TRAINING AND PRESENTATIONS
The use of 3D holograms in training and in conducting various presentations logically follows from the first paragraph. The unique ability of three-dimensional holograms – show the object at 360 degrees and allow a person to interact with him: twist, zoom in and out, watch the menu, study the floor plan, etc., make the process of demonstration and learning more interactive.
The use of new technologies can be quite an interesting way to attract consumers. Thus, the Belgian telecom operator arranged an unusual advertising campaign, and hundreds of lucky people also presented a 6-meter holographic 3D-statue in the city.
3D holography can be an innovative solution for business. Today, 3D technology is one of the best ways to attract attention and surprise a client, a spectator or a potential buyer. It is known that visual perception plays a key role in any presentation and presentation. The created advertisement with bright visual and original 3D effects is remembered and remains in memory for a long time. 3D holography is a fundamentally new advertising medium. The use of this technology in places with an active flow of visitors (exhibitions, shopping centers, open spaces) will be able to replace any advertising banner.
- SHOW BUSINESS
The use of holography in show business is no longer new. It can be said with almost 100% probability that in the near future, the commercial use of this technology will become global.
Concerts of holographic musicians and performances of legendary theater actors will eventually become one of the most common and popular forms of entertainment. While such issues as Tupac Shakur’s hologram performances at the Coachella 2012 festival are exotic and expensive for the organizers. But experts say that soon holograms will be shown, for example, in night clubs – in blocks of ice and clouds of water vapor.
Thanks to the development of modern technology, there are completely new and unique forms of entertainment. For example, the lottery, which offers an innovative, patented lottery system, operating on the basis of holographic technologies that create three-dimensional visualization. This allows you to combine the unique images of characters, carrying out circulation and constantly evolving worlds of fabulous locations with incredible graphics and dynamic game.