Technology has a great role in shaping the world around us. With all the new technologies like AI, educational software, and the latest trends like Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality and everything is growing at a good rate and becoming digital, the very approach to teaching and learning is increasing speedily. Holographic technology isn’t confined to the realm of gaming alone – it is fast becoming the future of education.
Holography is a technique that is used to display objects in three dimensions.
What is Holographic Telepresence Technology?
Holographic Telepresence Technology represents evolving technology for full-motion, three-
The holographic images make students view things on a more grand 3-Dimensional (3D) scale; it makes them learn and discover new things more deeply and more realistically. Holographic telepresence is an evolving technology for full-motion, three-dimensional (3D) video conferencing, etc. The biggest advantage of Holographic Telepresence is for enterprises to use 3D presentations for conferences and meetings. Participants are beamed from multiple locations into the meeting, thereby improving training, design, and visualization. The effect is stimulating and fresh and enthusiastic. Using holograms in meetings, etc., can engage a good amount of attendees and forge lasting meaningful impressions on them.
Content is very palpable and interactive, and people can see their presenter even without being present in reality. Holograms can be seen with the unassisted eye, and they are very similar to how humans see the actual environment surrounding them; therefore, it gave users a realistic environment.
Holographic Telepresence Technology History
The concept of 3D telepresence or a real-time dynamic hologram depicting a scene in a different location has attracted considerable public interest since it was depicted in the original Star Wars film in 1977. It was unsuccessful at that time was- the absence of a large-area; due to the lack of sufficient computational power to produce realistic computer-generated holograms and dynamically updatable holographic recording media have created resistance for the realization of the concept. Here we use a holographic stereographic technique and a photorefractive polymer material as the recording medium to demonstrate a holographic display that can refresh images every two seconds. A 50 Hz nanosecond pulsed laser is now being used to write the holographic pixels. Multicolored holographic 3D images are being produced using angular multiplexing, and the full parallax display employs spatial multiplexing. 3D telepresence is demonstrated by taking multiple images from one location and transmitting the information via Ethernet to another location. The hologram is printed with a quasi-real-time dynamic 3D display. Further improvements could bring applications in prototyping, advertising, updatable 3D maps, and entertainment. With the generations, technologies are improving.
HoloPresence Technology has a great advantage during the present pandemic situation.
Due to the current circumstances of COVID-19, our lives have changed a lot with many aspects, and we all must adapt to those changes, whether it is for our better or the worse. In the education fields like schools, colleges, and universities have also had to adapt the way they teach their students to teach and educate at their best. Companies and Organizations have had to change how they hold events or conferences for the companies’ working. We all have faced many ups and down in this pandemic situation. But The use of 3D Holographic Telepresence is becoming more and more popular because it helped a lot during online conferences and video calls. It gives the chance to keep a speaker interacting with the audience in a new and catching way. One or more than one person can appear in a live conference room despite being physically not present with us and miles away from us. It even helped a lot in education, too, as it didn’t disturb the children’s education, and with the help of this, they all were able to grab the pieces of knowledge. Even A Company meeting room can now be transformed into a Holographic Meeting Room, allowing an audience located in one place to see and interact with co-workers and colleagues from other offices. The same can be done with a University Lecture as the audience can be in a classroom while the Lecturer delivers the message from an office.
Real-Time HoloPresence Technology is a perfect solution for live performances such as concerts. The press, education, political events, etc., interact with an audience is key, but sometimes it is not possible. It helped a lot in many fields without even disturbing the rule of social distancing.