The world’s first real multi-user hologram table is going to change gaming, business, and more.
Australian company Euclideon has created the Hologram Table that can display digital models of cities or buildings, with the ability to then zoom in down to single blades of grass – or even smaller.
The title says “world’s first hologram table” in fact more correctly we should say “world’s first multiuser hologram table” there have been some before that only one person could view at one time.
Users can pick up objects and move them around, or prepare holographic presentations to convey ideas. The holograms it projects can project up to 60cm high or appear to sink a meter into the Table.
The Table is able to load models from nearly all 3D sources, including design drawings, point cloud data, polygon models, laser scans, photogrammetry, and more. You can connect it to your network or external hard drive for quick access your data.
via New Atlas