Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Holographic TV(Holo-TV) Technology 2012

Holographic TV(Holo-TV) is coming soon this year on 2012. what is holographic TV technology and how it works. How do you think about this new amazing TV technology?

Holo-TV is the shortened name for holographic television, and is how such TVs are likely to be referred to when they begin arriving on the market. Whereas current 3D TVs only create the illusion of depth to the human eye, Holo-TVs will be able to produce real holographic images that you can view at all 360 degree angles. When will Holo-TVs be on sale? Predictions range from very soon (perhaps even end of this year 2012) to between 5 and 10 years away.

Introduction to Holographic TV

It seems to have been awhile since anything exciting has happened in the realm of the television market, with the long reign of standard plasma, DLP and LCD HDTV. In '08, there was the world's first Laser TV: a technology that utilized lasers to create an on-screen display many times more vibrant and crystal-clear than your standard HDTV.

Many steps ahead, however, is Holographic TV. Currently nothing more than a speculation, there are theories as to what Holographic TV will be like and how it will perform.

Holographic TV Development & Progress

While in its earliest stages of development, holographic TV is a technology that is being given serious attention from Japanese technology companies, of whom are hoping to have the technology hit the consumer market by the year 2020.

In 2008, researchers at the University of Arizona were able to develop a breakthrough technology: the creation of an updateable 3D display. While this particular display could only be updated after several minutes, there is now hope that it can be further developed to eventually fulfill the need of updating that image several times per second -- a feat that would be required for holographic TV.

There are very few emerging technologies today that have developed equipment that comes 'close' to the true vision of hologram TV. Amongst them are:

    Cheoptics360 (pictured on upper right): Developed by Videa, Cheoptics360 is a technology utilizing four hologram projectors to project an outbound image. It can be seen from all angles, and has surprisingly good contrast. This is thought of as the most advanced attempt at creating true holographic TV imagery. (More information from Engadget)

    Claro Holographic TV (pictured in middle right): You have probably never heard of Claro, but their attempt at an early holographic TV display has been known as a breakthrough in the field. It displays an image through a hologram projector through transparent glass. While not truly "holographic," it's as close to 3D TV as seen thus far. (More information from Gizmag)

    UberCoolHome Uber-Graph (pictured on lower right): Little to no information can be found on this semi-holographic television set. Only 100 of them were made, and one was infamous for being sold on eBay for a starting bid at over $10,400.

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