A company from Japan has developed a device which can project a hologram inside of it. That hologram, is Azuma Hikari, a new holographic wife or personal assistant for lonely people.
Microsoft has been developing "holoportation" as a new way of communicating when wearing a HoloLens or HTC Vive head-mounted display. Now the team managed to create a mobile version of the system.
For the first time ever, Microsoft is showing the public what the HoloLens' real field of view actually is. This is part of a video highlighting the device's possible applications in education.
Microsoft has filed for a trademark for HoloPets, which may potentially be the official name for the virtual pets we saw at BUILD 2015 when Microsoft first demonstrated HoloLens.
The Microsoft HoloLens is the most futuristic virtual/augmented reality device on the market but how do you create content for the next-generation device? Why, with a holographic TV studio of course!!
Autodesk, the company behind Maya, has announced that it's planning to support Microsoft's upcoming HoloLens device. Models designed in Maya will show up seamlessly on HoloLens.
Like something out of a sci-fi movie, Vuzix has found a way to put a hologram in your glasses without the need for an unsightly battery pack.
Researchers from Seoul National University have developed a three-dimensional color display that uses a set of six holograms and is made from relatively compact and inexpensive components. The three-dimensional displays could eventually be used to...
Forged documents could be signed off for good with a new technique that produces a 3D hologram of handwriting. Through virtual reality and image processing, tiny pressure bumps in writing can be analysed to spot...
The newest 3-D video displays herald an interactive future for imaging. A half-meter-long protein floats in midair, several centimeters in front of a monitor. It looks like an oversize curled ribbon from a...