You probably remember realistic holograms fromscience fiction films. For a very long time, holograms were very popular in cinema, such as in Star Wars, where holography was used as a form of easy communication. Despite the fact that a little over 40 years have passed since the creation of the film, the holograms in the films still look impressive and futuristic. But, obviously, along with the development of modern technologies, holography will soon become the usual way of telecommunications. Is it possible to use the new method of telecommunication in real life? Let's try to figure it out together in this article.
Holograms in the modern world
In today's world, optical holography is alreadyused in medicine, creating a 3D visualization of organs. So, now there are already many projects that are based on optical holography in 3D. In addition, scientists from the UK are already actively developing holograms that can not only be viewed from all sides, but can also be touched and made to look completely three-dimensional.
According to the portal Science101.com, the technology for creating holograms is based on the use of a polystyrene bead two millimeters wide, which is able to levitate through the use of many ultrasonic transducers that generate sound waves. Such ultrasonic transducers are capable of lifting a polystyrene ball at a speed of up to 30 km per hour. At such a speed, the ball can shape up to ten centimeters wide in less than a tenth of a second.
An unusual approach to create such an illusionwas chosen because the movement of an overactive ball cannot initially suggest a connection with a hologram. But, thanks to this speed, scientists still managed to create many holographic forms. Since the roller creates a fully three-dimensional shape, a person is able to view the hologram from all sides and at any angle, which, at the same time, do not lose their detailed outlines and shapes.
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Despite such an innovative approach,The creation of new technology, scientists also thought out and sound image. With the ability to generate sound waves that are easily perceived by the human ear, allowing you to communicate with the hologram directly.
Providing the ability to see and heara hologram, a person will be able to touch it and feel the touch of it. Despite the claims of scientists that touching the hologram will not represent an accurate textural sensation, the hologram will be able to let you know what it is. For example, you can definitely distinguish a living hologram of a butterfly from an inanimate one.
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At this stage of technology development, this wayThe creation and visualization of holography is not entirely developed for the creation of various holographic conferences and their use in everyday life. But this method, of course, is a breakthrough in the multimedia field when creating the most advanced and innovative models in the world of holographic technologies. It is known that hologram technology has already debuted at the League of Legends World Cup earlier this year, having managed to subdue the audience with its spectacularity. Perhaps the future is already with us?