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Oct 11, 2021

REAL holograms are finally here! (And they look very cool)

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Forget science fiction — Silicon Valley start-up Light Field Lab has created a hologram so real that I could put my hand right through it.

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Oct 7, 2021

Holograms Are (Maybe, Finally) Real: Eyes on With Light Field Labs’ SolidLight

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We got a sneak peek at a hologram chameleon and wristwatch from San Jose-based Light Field Lab, which expects companies to begin debuting large-scale versions of its holographic display next year.

Oct 5, 2021

How You Will Live to 200 Years — New Longevity Technologies

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, holograms, life extension, robotics/AI, singularity

I hope we get the hologram interfaces depicted too.

It’s becoming clear that aging is just as curable as other diseases such as the cold or a broken bone. Advancements in biotechnology now allow for targeted gene therapy and supplements to be invented that can both stop aging and even reverse the aging process through new Longevity Technology. The field of Longevity has expanded and evolved a lot during the past few years and have invented new treatments for diseases of old people which could increase the average lifespan of people by a ton according to the leading scientists such as David Sinclair and Aubrey De Grey. Anti Aging Supplements such as Metformin and NAD+, NMN are just the start.

Every day is a day closer to the Technological Singularity. Experience Robots learning to walk & think, humans flying to Mars and us finally merging with technology itself. And as all of that happens, we at AI News cover the absolute cutting edge best technology inventions of Humanity.

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Oct 3, 2021

MIT’s new AI can make holograms in real-time

Posted by in categories: holograms, mobile phones, robotics/AI

MIT trained an AI to generate photorealistic holograms in milliseconds using just the processing power of a smartphone.

Sep 17, 2021

We created holograms you can touch: You could soon shake a virtual colleague’s hand

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, holograms, security

The TV show “Star Trek: The Next Generation” introduced millions of people to the idea of a holodeck: an immersive, realistic 3D holographic projection of a complete environment that you could interact with and even touch.

In the 21st century, holograms are already being used in a variety of ways such as medical systems, education, art, security and defense. Scientists are still developing ways to use lasers, modern digital processors, and motion-sensing technologies to create several different types of holograms which could change the way we interact.

My colleagues and I working in the University of Glasgow’s bendable electronics and sensing technologies research group have now developed a system of holograms of people using “aerohaptics,” creating feelings of touch with jets of air. Those jets of air deliver a sensation of touch on people’s fingers, hands and wrists.

Sep 3, 2021

Bridesmaid shows up at wedding as a hologram

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ARHT Media beamed a bridesmaid from London to her best friend’s wedding near Toronto as a live hologram, when she wasn’t able to be there in-person due to travel restrictions.

Hologram Technology — ARHT Media Inc. — www.arhtmedia.com.
Photographer: Will Reid Photography — www.willreidphoto.com.
Videographer: Corinne McDonald Films — www.corinnemcdonald.com.
Event Producers: Ashley Pigott Events — https://www.ashleypigott.com

Sep 2, 2021

Tactile holograms are a touch of future tech

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A piece of science fiction technology could be one step closer to reality with a new development in haptic holograms.

The idea of haptic, or touchable, holograms is familiar to millions from its appearance in sci-fi favorites like Star Trek’s holodeck, where characters can interact with solid-seeming computer simulations of people, objects and places.

Now, a team of engineers from the University of Glasgow have developed a new way to create the sensation of physically interacting with holographic projections.

Jul 14, 2021

Acoustic Tractor Beam Can Grab Objects From Behind Obstacles

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An acoustic tractor beam that can bend sound around an obstacle to levitate an object on the other side has been created by researchers in the UK. Dubbed SoundBender, the device combines an ultrasound transducer array with an acoustic metamaterial.

In recent years, researchers have used transducer arrays to build sonic tractor beams that can create complex acoustic holograms to manipulate objects in mid-air. Acoustic metamaterials are engineered materials with structural properties that do not usually occur naturally. They have been used to produce acoustic holograms, bend beams of sound and create static acoustic levitation devices. But the team behind the SoundBender, based at the University of Sussex, say that these technologies have key limitations.

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May 11, 2021

MIT artificial intelligence tech can generate 3D holograms in real-time

Posted by in categories: holograms, robotics/AI, virtual reality

Despite years of hype, virtual reality headsets have yet to topple TV or computer screens as the go-to devices for video viewing.

One reason: VR can make users feel sick. Nausea and eye strain can result because VR creates an illusion of 3D viewing although the user is in fact staring at a fixed-distance 2D display. The solution for better 3D visualization could lie in a 60-year-old technology remade for the digital world: holograms.

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May 11, 2021

Hologram experts can now create real-life images that move in the air

Posted by in categories: computing, holograms, military, space, weapons

They may be tiny weapons, but Brigham Young University’s holography research group has figured out how to create lightsabers—green for Yoda and red for Darth Vader, naturally—with actual luminous beams rising from them.

Inspired by the displays of science fiction, the researchers have also engineered battles between equally small versions of the Starship Enterprise and a Klingon Battle Cruiser that incorporate photon torpedoes launching and striking the enemy vessel that you can see with the naked eye.

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