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New technology May Make Smart Phones Project 3D hologram by Christmas 2015

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Hey! Do you know how the shackle of a smart phone started? Firstly, mobile phone was only competent for vocation and messaging purposes. Secondly, it tainted into a handset which had a camera and camcorder which could click pictures on the go. Thirdly, it evolved into a multimedia phone which had camera, mp3 and mp4 player. Last but not he least it converted into an Android phone which had all the capabilities which a computer could have. And more after that a simple phone we used, also be evolved into a microscope with removable lens. More than that can you think of a phone which could generate 3D hologram? Your answer would be probably, NO! But, if I tell you that this is possible? You wouldn’t believe it, Right? But this is possible.

By, hearing this I bet you guys couldn’t wait for this significant product in your hands. Don’t worry guys, till the 2015 Christmas this amazing technological phone would be in your hands.   

Could you believe that you could actually see 3D effects in your phone? Now, you don’t have to take the strain of going anywhere and watch only some of the boring 3-D effects by wasting a lot of money and time, because now you could have a phone which could generate 3D holograms. Suppose, if you are in the middle of a presentation and couldn’t remember that significant figure. What would you do? Just take out your phone and see the image with your phone in 3D hologram. Or if you want to surprise your friends by using this 3D hologram, while talking to your friend who lives in far country? Yes! This is also possible he could be seen with tip to toe and you could also touch him. He would appear like real. Amazing, Huh?

So, how do these 3D holograms work? The 3D hologram, short for three dimensional holograms are generated with the help of laser, interference, diffraction and light intensity recording and suitable illumination of the recording. In 3D hologram you could see images within three dimension floating in the air. Wow! an image floating in the air that quite classy. Suppose, if you want to see a chart with some typical layers. Just save that image in your phone and let your 3D phone to generate the image. It could make your image look real. With all its typical size equally visible through all sides.

This is 3D technology was developed by Dennis Gabor in 1940. This research was quite unexpected. Could you imagine, this remarkable product was unexpected? Nah! But it is.        

The 3D technology in mobile phones is being developed by well known company Ostendo, this company Ostendo was founded by Hussein El – Ghoroury.

This is possible due to the breach by the Californian display startup, which is 5,000ppi projectors, which has the size of the Tic Tacs which are now potent enough to systematize the color, brightness and the angle of individual beams of light across one million pixels. Now, you could image of a breakthrough which could actually control the color, brightness and angle of an image into a thin air. Isn’t it cool? Huh?  

First, this chip could only project 2D effects till summer 2015. But, till Christmas 2015 this chip would be able to project 3D effects also. This 2D chip can’t give quite well result as the real image. But, the second chip which would be highly advanced 3D hologram could project an image which could appear quite real. Hussein S. El-Ghoroury says that the second chip which we would make could project effects which appear to be solid. He also declared that if the little problems would arise the delay to the product could increase.

The technology which is used in this product is the Quantum Photonic Imager. It was founded by the Ostendo Company so it is named as the Ostendo Quantum Photonic Imager. It encloses an image processor with a wafer restraining radically miniaturized Light Emitting Diodes (LED). These miniaturized LED will produce crisp videos and 3D images for smart phones, TVs and giant screens, without the use of 3D glasses. Due to the capability of the chipset this technology could also be used on mobiles, LED watches and tablets. This tiny chip could cast you a real character. Isn’t it great? Huh! Those tiny little chips which look alike

The main advantage and key to Ostendo’s 3D is its resolution. The Retina displayed on any other phone is way more less than Osetendo’s, which is 500 Dots Per Inch (DPI). Now, you could imagine that, for example you have a mobile whose DPI is 200 or 300. Now compare it to 5000 DPI, you could see the difference.

Ostendo has worldwide connection with major and famous handset companies, and expects its 2D launch till summer 2015 and the 3D launch till Christmas 2015. However it also admits that the launch to any breakthrough takes quite hard work and there are delays also due to some small problems. But, they said that this breakthrough project could be ready till the Christmas of 2015.

The Ostendo Company was working for some projects which could rock the whole world, they researched for nine years and they came up with an idea of making a 3D Holographic Smart Phone by the end of 2015.   

The founder of Ostendo El Ghrouroy declared that the chipset could also be used in smart TVs and smart watches.

This new technology of 3D hologram is quite helpful in many ways because it could generate a real image with all its sides covered and with complete edges polished and clear. It could help you to see and feel the person far from you standing and talking to you, like real.

It has a disadvantage that it is quite costly. That’s its disadvantage but it is not to costly. This chip is of $30. But when you will procure this phone would be quite happy.

 

 

Links:

1. http://www.techtimes.com/articles/8192/20140610/new-technology-may-make-smartphones-project-3d-hologram-by-christmas-2015.htm

2. http://www.patentlyapple.com/patently-apple/2014/06/new-technology-emerges-to-greatly-advance-pico-like-projectors-deliver-3d-holographic-images-by-late-2015.html

3. http://www.engadget.com/2014/06/03/smartphone-3d-holograms-2015/

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