It is time to see the world change in ways that just a decade ago were impossible. Holograms have been around for a while but their actual power is being realized now more than ever. Want to see Michael Jackson live in concert? Want to converse with the Father of the Nation and know what led to his determination in creating Pakistan?
It is time to see the world change in ways that just a decade ago were impossible. Holograms have been around for a while but their actual power is being realized now more than ever. Want to see Michael Jackson live in concert? Want to converse with the Father of the Nation and know what led to his determination in creating Pakistan? Digital technology is superbly leading ways of revolutionizing how we see things. And holograms are in the forefront of bringing that massive change. It is its glittering promise. In the coming years the power of holography – which gets its name from the Greek words for “whole” and “drawing” – won’t be confined to the simple act of offering rock’n’roll “life” after death. The technology’s potential is only just beginning to be realized, and it may well transform multiple aspects of our lives. Sooner than that, perhaps in three or four years, volumetric capture – in which every angle of a person’s body can be digitally captured – will be so sophisticated that the individual can be filmed and dropped into a VR environment as the perfect representation of themselves. Social Diary is now going to give you some leading ways in which holograms are already becoming a major practical incentive in our lives.
For one thing, it is already playing a major role in military mapping. Geographic intelligence is an essential part of military strategy and fully dimensional holographic images are being used to improve reconnaissance. It all sounds very Star Wars, but the maps are also useful in disaster evacuation and rescue scenarios.Being able to “unroll” an accurate 3D holographic image of new terrain clearly offers strategic advantages, but such technologies also generally filter down to wider society. Perhaps we can expect flexible 3D Google Maps at some point.
A holographic image is also stunningly realistic because the recording process stores all of the information about the light reflected from the recorded subject. That is a massive amount of information. But holograms don’t have to record information about a visual object – they can also record pure data, pages and pages of it. This means that holograms can, potentially, store unthinkable amounts of information. Not only can the prototype systems store 4.4m individual pages of information on a disc similar to a DVD, but they offer long-term security, too.
However one of the major ways in which it is changing how the world works is when we see Holography revolutionize medicine, as a tool for visualizing patient data while training students and surgeons. Storing several different images in the same hologram means that the viewer can move around the display, allowing them to examine different organs or body parts. To date, the company has produced 3D holographic images of structures including the brain, liver, lungs, heart, skeleton, vascular system, nerves and muscles.This may appear to be the stuff of science fiction but a commercial industry is now rapidly growing around these technologies.
There are just so many endless ways in which Holograms are changing how we live. It is high time we learn and adapt its distinctiveness and variation in creating a world which is full of great sounds, visuals, energy and groundbreaking adaptation of technology!