A new laser projection system that uses infrared light to produce a hologram of your body is proving to be an incredibly effective way to create a holographic effect on the screen.
The device works by projecting a thin sheet of light onto a transparent screen and using the reflected light to create an image.
The image can then be seen on the LCD display, but with the added benefit of not being visible to the naked eye.
“We’re able to show the hologram without you having to put your eyes out,” said Dan Smith, founder of LASERSource.com, which is developing the system.
“You can see the image without having to remove your glasses.”
Smith says the holographic image is not only incredibly effective, but also extremely cheap to produce.
The device, called LASESpector, costs around $20 and is expected to be available in the third quarter of 2019.
While the device has been tested in a lab, it will only be commercially available in large scale production facilities starting in the second half of 2019, Smith said.LASERSpector will also allow you to make up to three holograms at once, instead of needing to separate the holograms by their own individual components.
The system will allow people to make more than 100 images with the ability to customize them to their own personal needs.
The project will be similar to the holograph device that was invented in 2006 by the German company Laserz and used in the 2004 blockbuster movie “The Matrix.”
The holographic hologram system is currently being developed by a group of researchers from the University of Cambridge, and will be used in a variety of fields including science fiction and animation.