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Holographic Environment Amazing Augmented Reality

  1. 1. Holographic Environment Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com - Amazing Augmented Reality
  2. 2. Computer Graphics Closer to Real Environment Changes the view to look at World Superimpose graphics Augmented ; “the Walkman of the 21 st Century” Always fit the perspective What You See is What you really Get Introduction Basic role of “Hologram” Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  3. 3. Preliminary Holograms are diffractive structures Three-Dimensional Display Images Image Projection Systems Unique Optical Elements Hologram Types of Hologram Transmission Rainbow Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  4. 4. It is a Greek Word Science of producing holograms Advanced form of photography that allow to record image in 3D form Volumetric Display (particularly used in science fiction) Holography Technically different from ‘Photography’ Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  5. 5. Dynamic Holography Non Optical Holography Digital Holography Reflection Holography Rainbow Holography Electron Acoustics Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com Types of Holography
  6. 6. “ Physical Absence Shows Presence" New Communication Technology with interaction Gives simulated environment Holographic Environment It added Graphics, Sound, Haptics and smell Super imposition of Graphics In Star Trek the Starship live out their in fantasies room “ holodeck " Holographic Room at both End Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  7. 7. A user experiences immersion the combination of a sense of Immersion and Interactivity is called “ Telepresence ”. Virtual Reality Immersion Causes to become unaware of your real surroundings Two main components of immersion: Depth of information and Breadth of information OR Cave Automatic Virtual Environment Haptic System ; gives user force feedback and touch interaction The feeling of being inside and a part of that world. Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  8. 8. Cave automatic virtual environment (CAVE) Special 3-D virtual reality room that can display images of people and objects in other CAVEs These are holographic devices Holographic device Creates, captures, and/or displays images in 3-D form Looks Like This Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  9. 9. Holodeck Scientific Community says "Tele-immersion" The Holodeck was a giant, Holographic Projection Room That allowed the crew to Touch and Interact with projections Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  10. 10. Tele-immersion Tele-immersion will allow us to manipulate holographic projections as if they were real objects. It will soon meet in a Tele-immersive environment and shake hands with holographic images of their co-workers We can no longer see the person In view of that one camera With tele-immersion people can walk out of the view of the camera Will blur the lines between real and computer-generated images Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  11. 11. This Environment is being generated by computers ( computing speeds 1000 times faster than normal PC) Steps to constructing a holographic environment The computer recognizes the presence & movements of people and objects. The computer tracks those images. The computer projects those images on a Stereo-Immersive Surface. Internet 2 Display Technologies (Stereo – immersive display) Haptic sensors Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com Build Up
  12. 12. Is it Virtual Reality? No Key Difference No Interaction Beyond Virtual Reality and Video Conferencing No Webcam need No Jerky Video View of camera Tele-immersion may sound similar to virtual reality In case remotely The next step is to merge Tele-immersion and Virtual Reality to allow users to alter the scenes that they see Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  13. 13. Virtual Forces/ Security Virtual Doors, Walls and Windows Medical Science Storage Devices Brain Mapping Holography in art Possible Applications Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  14. 14. National Tele-Immersion Initiative (NTII) Group On … University of North Carolina (UNC), University of Pennsylvania Advanced Networks and Services There are several groups working together in one way Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  15. 15. Limitations Color Reproduction is not perfect Holograms generally displayed in controlled environment for display purposes Brightness, shadows, etc are difficult to adjust Light scattering from film and support structure Cost wise ; its very costly Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  16. 16. Most Important Considerations Technology for betterment of society It's everywhere It's inescapable It's up to us how it gets used Exchanging privacy for convenience You do this in small ways Preliminary Conclusions Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com
  17. 17. Should never expect Medical Science to make money from this technology Ethics Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com http://www.thinkdigit.com/video_details.php?video_id=321&video_status=Array For Latest Tech visit Business uses IT to make money that's Okay ! Technology can also be used when no money is to be made that's GREAT
  18. 18. Thanks Krishna Kumar Bohra (KKB), MCA LMCST www.selectall.wordpress.com

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