Researchers at the particular Queen's University Human Mass media Lab, Ontario, have created what they claim could be the "world's first holographic adaptable smartphone" display. Called the particular HoloFlex, the display is able to rendering 3D images together with motion parallax and stereoscopy to be able to multiple simultaneous users with out head tracking or spectacles.
“HoloFlex offers a new way of interacting along with your smartphone. It allows for glasses-free connections with 3D video and images in a fashion that does not encumber an individual. ” says Dr Roel Vertegaal, Professor of HCI with Queen’s School of Computing and director with the Human Media Lab.
The unit features a 1920x1080 total high-definition Flexible Organic Mild Emitting Diode (FOLED) touchscreen display display.
“Images are rendered directly into 12-pixel wide circular blocks rendering the total view of the 3D object from your particular viewpoint. These pixel blocks project by way of a 3D printed flexible microlens array composed of over 16, 000 fisheye contact lenses. The resulting 160 times 104 resolution image permits users to inspect any 3D object from any angle by just rotating the phone, ” adds a news release from Human Media Research laboratory.