Samsung claims that it has invented a new holographic device that will actually project high-quality 3D images in the air without having to look at a display from a specific angle, unlike the Nintendo 3DS.
Credit: Jesus Diaz The display, according to the patent published by the World Intellectual Property Office and the United States Patent and Trademark Office, uses a new type of spatial
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As reported by Lets Go Digital, the whole thing sounds like a lot of bunk However, Samsung is known to have been working on holographic technology for a while – maybe they have indeed solved the bad quality and limitations that pest current holographic systems. Credit: USPTO / Samsung / Lets Go Digital T he document describes a series of micro-lenses arrays  The quest for R2-D2 holograms
Scientists have been looking for a light beam emitted from the display to project the 3D image into mid-air thanks to the company's new spatial light modulator. leggen om realiseringen af drømmen om virkelige 3D hologrammer for en lang tid: 3D-billeder og video, der vises i luften og kan ses fra alle sider, lige som du ser objekter i virkeligheden.
Current holographic technology requires you to look directly at a 2D surface with a very limited viewing angle, like the laser-etched still images you can find on your Visa card or the parallax barrier-based display used in the Nintendo 3DS display or the Red Hydrogen One phone.
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There's research that uses intense lasers to trap particles, moving it quickly across the air while another laser projects color into it.
Samsung kan imidlertid være med på å bringe denne nye patenterte teknologi til fremtidige telefoner. In het verleden, het bedrijf's telefoonpatents hebben genoemde 3D holografische displays zonder om het even welke implementatie details . This is the first time that the Korean conglomerate has provided actual details. Of course, while this may show promise in the lab; we do not know how far we are from an actual implementation.