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Do you believe in Ghosts? What will it mean to merge Visual and Acoustic Holograms?

Do you believe in Ghosts? What will it mean to merge visual and acoustic holograms?

Imag­ine today is your Col­lege grad­u­a­tion, you’ve strug­gled, emo­tion­al­ly, and aca­d­e­m­i­cal­ly to get to this point. You’ve always wished mom could be there to see it hap­pen but she passed away dur­ing your High School senior year. You walk up to the podi­um as they call your name and your moth­er appears before you just like you remem­ber, she tells you she loves you and that she is very proud of you, then she hands you your diplo­ma, which you take from her and she pro­ceeds to give you a hug that feels elec­tric, warm and firm. You are in awe, she fades away and then you pro­ceed to your seat as the next grad­u­ate replaces you at the podi­um. Weird? No, not at all. All of the tech­nol­o­gy to res­ur­rect the past and give them phys­i­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics and capa­bil­i­ties is being imple­ment­ed as you read this. There has been a leap in progress on a thing called trac­tor beams, you may have heard the term used in Sci­ence Fic­tion like Star Wars or Star Trek, but believe it or not the sci­ence has actu­al­ly made the con­cept of trans­port­ing objects with pre­ci­sion through a medi­um with the use of…

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Punched by a Hologram? Interactive Holograms you can feel.

Punched by a Hologram? Interactive Holograms you can feel.

Here’s the future for mar­ket­ing and adver­tis­ers. Imag­ine dis­play­ing holo­graph­ic prod­ucts that you can not only touch but will react with you. Pic­ture a float­ing can of Coca-Cola that you could grab and pre­tend to drink, or a crispy pota­to chip you could place in your mouth. Read on, I’m telling you. Next lev­el media here, Inter­ac­tive holo­grams you can feel! By now you all should know that holo­grams are a sta­ple of sci­ence fic­tion and go as far back to 1893, thanks to Jules Verne. Even recent­ly they have come into vogue due to devel­op­ments in lasers for enter­tain­ment and award events. Researchers at DNG or the Dig­i­tal Nature Group have found a way to use lasers, mir­rors and cam­eras to cre­ate three-dimen­­sion­al, inter­ac­tive holo­grams com­prised of tiny points of light called vox­els. The team using fem­tosec­ond lasers (a fem­tosec­ond is a quadrillionth of a sec­ond, and the lasers trans­mit bursts that last 30 to 270 fem­tosec­onds), can make holo­grams that are safe to touch. The DNG researchers say ear­li­er stud­ies in cre­at­ing air plas­ma had­n’t achieved res­o­lu­tion this high, and would burn human skin. The images are three-dimen­­sion­al, with res­o­lu­tions up to 200,000 dots per sec­ond. The vox­els…

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