A holographic display is a type of display that utilizes light diffraction to create a virtual three-dimensional image.
Hence Holographic displays are distinguished from other forms of 3D displays in that they do not require the aid of any special glasses, goggles or other external equipment for a viewer to see the image.
The Purpose and Use
Moreover, it can be used where there’s a need to communicate technical information in a clear and exciting way.
Besides generating attention, holographic displays make it possible to communicate complicated brand or product information in a second.
The digital overlay can present special features, highlight details, or explain Unique Selling Points of the product in a visual way that is instantly absorbed by the viewer.
Multiple people can see and experience holographic display without wearing any special glasses.
This makes holographic displays very effective as a tool for marketing and advertising purposes.
Cost effective solution to make and to hire.
Higher storage capacity compared to other methods.
Delivery of enhanced feasibility of objects including depth.
Complex patterns, hence high security in wide applications
Five surprising places Holograms are revolutionizing the world
Fraud and security
Is Hologram the future?
3D hologram displays are the next step in more human-compatible digital content.
The applications for the new technology are limitless.
A hologram projected in a room could show a 3D concept car, like it was really there.
This holographic technology enables science fiction-like applications, like 3D Telepresence.
In Conclusion, they can be used for
Technical education and training,
For engineers, and
who need a 3D visualization of the product they're creating.
In fact, it's these industrial applications where augmented reality and, more specifically, holographic technology is highly beneficial