‘HOLOSCOPE’ Headset Claims to Solve AR Display Hurdle with True Holography

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RealView claims to be using real holography to solve a major problem inherent to AR and VR headsets of today, the vergence-accommodation conflict. Details remain to be seen, but any advancements to computer-generated holography would be highly welcome. Holo-this, holo-that.

Apple’s AR Glasses Will Probably Be Powered And Controlled By Your iPhone

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The Magic Leap One and Nreal glasses optimize for aesthetics by using a separate “puck” computer (including battery), strapped to your waist. Magic Leap and Microsoft also can’t leverage the many established services built into Apple and Google’s platforms. A major focus from Magic Leap and Microsoft has been building an SDK and enticing developers. Akonia was working on novel optics for AR based on holography.

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Avegant Claims Newly Announced Display Tech is “a new method to create light fields”

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From a feature standpoint, this is similar to reports of the unique display that Magic Leap has developed but not yet shown publicly. SEE ALSO 'HOLOSCOPE' Headset Claims to Solve AR Display Hurdle with True Holography.

A HoloArticle

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Here is an update on my quest to stay on top of all things “holo:” HoloLamp and RealView “Live Holography.” Details remain to be seen, but any advancements to computer-generated holography would be highly welcome.

AWE EU 2018 Recap: Go XR or Go Extinct

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We hope you came away from the event with a picture of yourself wearing the Magic Leap One (or at least a selfie with a dancing painted avatar), a signed copy of Charlie Fink’s book Metaverse, plenty of new contacts, knowledge and inspiration, and new immersive experiences.