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  1. 1. GROUP LEADER:SYED MUNTAZIRMEHDIMEMBERS:  Muneeb Qazi  Hammad bin Qasim  Imran Sattar  Mohammad Bilal  Nabeel Malik  Murtaza Hamid
  3. 3. Holographic Display Holography is a technique which enables three-dimensional images to be made. It involves the use of a laser, interference, diffraction, light intensity recording and suitable illumination of the recording.
  4. 4. Scope of holographic display in Future SCREENLESS DISPLAYS – THE EMERGING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IBM predictions for 2015: Holographic cell phones Future wearable computer Future of holographic computers Some other Future Applications of Holographic Technology Implementation of holographic display
  5. 5. SCREENLESS DISPLAYS – THE EMERGINGCOMPUTER TECHNOLOGY  Screen less display is the present evolving technology in the Field of the computer-enhanced technologies.  It is going to be the one of the greatest technological development in the coming future years .  The main aim of displaying (or) transmitting the Information without any help of the screen (or) the projector.
  6. 6. IBM predictions for 2015: Holographiccell phones:  By 2015, the world will have moved on to complete three- dimensional holographic displays. And, theyll be everywhere, including hi-tech smart phones—powered by static electricity, or perhaps by the very air itself.  Better batteries  Waste heat no more  Better commuting  No more 3D glasses
  7. 7. Future wearable computers  What do you imagine for the next generation computer in the year 2015? Let me give you some hints: it’s going to be wearable, fashionable, equippe d with ecological power source, holographic display, and of course, connected anytime anywhere.  HOLO 2.0 will uses kinetically chargeable battery, the power source is generated from the kinetic movements of your hand.
  8. 8. Future of holographic computers:  Future color liquid crystal displays (LCDs) are expected to be more brighter and whiter due to holographic technology.
  9. 9. Implementation of holographicdisplay:  Improvement of security.  this application would do two things.  be really compelling from a communication s point of view  also to be really consistent
  10. 10. CONTROLLING CARS WITH FACIAL EXPRESSION Hans Roth, director of technology A gadget that controls a cars functions using nods and winks. Nonverbal communication. The radio functions, heating and cooling system of the car and even a phone call can be dealt by using the facial expressions and gestures. Based on the user settings record on the hard disk, when the driver sits in the car, automatically users favorite position , users favorite volume , users favorite program menu , users favorite brightness , users favorite temperature are set.
  11. 11.  Wink - To turn the radio on and off. Nod left - Turn the volume up. Nod right - Turn the volume down. Tap finger on steering wheel - Skip radio channel or song. Left hand up (above gear stick) - Turn the heating on. Left hand down (above gear stick) - Turn the air- conditioning on. Phone gesture - To make a call
  12. 12.  Drivers would be able to control the functions inside the car without being distracted from the road. Claim. It will bring a great revolution in the area of safer and disaster free driving. A project has already been launched using the same technique but in virtual system like Expression Synthesis Project (ESP). In ESP, the user drives a car on a virtual road. The real time application of controlling cars with facial expressions is yet to be implemented and provided on a massive level. It will prove to be a giant leap in the era of science and technology.
  13. 13. ROLL LAPTOP
  14. 14.  Introduction 1. Mind reading machine is a co-ordination of human psychology and computer techniques. 2. Some equipments are used to gather data and than analyzed. 3. To use those data for further prediction is known as theory of mind reading machine.
  15. 15.  Neuroscience: It deal with anatomy and molecular biology of neurons. A neuron is a nerve cell that is the basic building block of nervous system. Neuron are specialized to transmit information throughout the body. It is done by measuring Oxygen level of blood using FNIRS.
  16. 16.  Techniques Facial affect detection Emotional classification
  17. 17. Uses:1) Mind controlled wheel chair.2) Lie detector etc.Problems:1) Tapping brains for future crimes.2) No more privacy.
  19. 19. TYPES Abc touch featured concept of keyboard Laser virtual keyboards Touchboard
  20. 20. ABC TOUCHKEYBOARD Design by laroslav neliubov Based on touch screen Features  You can change the lay out,language and pretty much any thing  It also features a DVD slot on the side
  21. 21. LASER VIRTUALKEYBOARD Also called projection keyboard It has a processor and circuitry Common wireless technology No wires,switches,cable etc involved in it
  22. 22. TOUCHBOARD Design by “kong fanwen” Button-less design and based on touch screen Easily type any thing Touchboard instead of keyboard
  24. 24. INTRODUCTION Using a small prototypetransmitter (roughly the size ofa deck of cards) embeddedwith a microchip, and a slightlylarger receiving device, theresearchers can transmit a pre-programmed electronicbusiness card between twopeople via a simple handshake.What’s more, the prototypeallows data to be transmittedfrom sender to receiver throughup to four touching bodies.
  25. 25. HOW PANWORKS The natural salinity ofthe human body makesit an excellent conductorof electrical current.PAN technology takesadvantage of thisconductivity by creatingan external electric fieldthat passes anincredibly tiny currentthrough the body, overwhich data is carried.
  26. 26. WHY USE BODY TO TRANSMIT DATA: That’s because other likelyapproaches are not practical foreveryday use. Forexample, wiring all these devicestogether would be cumbersomeand constrictive to the user. Infra-red communications ofinformation, used on TV remotecontrols, requires direct lines ofsight to be effective. Radiofrequencies (such as those usedwith automated car locks) couldjam or interfere with eachother, or be imprecise in crowdedsituations.
  28. 28. THANK YOU !!!