Overlapping holographic projection breaks the space-time boundary and enables 2020 world VR Conference

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 Overlapping holographic projection breaks the space-time boundary and enables 2020 world VR Conference


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Holographic projection technology, also known as virtual imaging technology, is a technology that records and reproduces the real three-dimensional image of an object by using the principle of interference and diffraction. That is to say, no matter the guests of the conference are in any corner of the world, through this technology, the images of the speakers can be clearly displayed on the stage, with every smile like a real person.

Professor Werner pukthoff, academician of the European Academy of Sciences and Austrian National Academy of Sciences Prof.Dr.WernerPurgathofer When the heavyweight guests who failed to show up at the venue showed up with 1:1 holographic projection, the black technology interpretation beyond space and time immediately attracted the attention of the audience. The guests were surprised and said that holographic projection was both sci-fi and real, as if they were in a sci-fi blockbuster.

The reporter learned that it is diejing Digital Technology Co., Ltd. from Shanghai that provides holographic technology support for the 2020 world VR industry conference. Diejing digital takes intelligent vision, light field technology and deep learning technology as the core, and has been focusing on providing leading 3D intelligent vision solutions for the industry. In this conference, the overlapped intelligent holographic projection technology and artificial intelligence matting technology were used. With the advent of 5g era, this beyond space-time holographic conference experience is not only more and more familiar, but also gradually become the standard configuration of cloud summit. It is believed that in the near future, holographic conference breaking through the limitations of time and space, which seems like a scene in a science fiction movie, will actually happen around us. The combination of conference and holographic technology not only reconstructs the media ecology, but also creates multi-dimensional interactive scenes. With the help of 5g + holography technology, information transmission has broken the space-time limit, and users can freely switch the scene they want, and have a face-to-face dialogue with people from any place and distance in the world. In addition to communications, holographic technology will also lead to changes in education, new retail, and film and television cultural industries. Source: editor in charge of mass news: Chen Tiqiang_ NB6485

The reporter learned that it is diejing Digital Technology Co., Ltd. from Shanghai that provides holographic technology support for the 2020 world VR industry conference. Diejing digital takes intelligent vision, light field technology and deep learning technology as the core, and has been focusing on providing leading 3D intelligent vision solutions for the industry. In this conference, the overlapped intelligent holographic projection technology and artificial intelligence matting technology were used. With the advent of 5g era, this beyond space-time holographic conference experience is not only more and more familiar, but also gradually become the standard configuration of cloud summit. It is believed that in the near future, holographic conference breaking through the limitations of time and space, which seems like a scene in a science fiction movie, will actually happen around us.

The combination of conference and holographic technology not only reconstructs the media ecology, but also creates multi-dimensional interactive scenes. With the help of 5g + holography technology, information transmission has broken the space-time limit, and users can freely switch the scene they want, and have a face-to-face dialogue with people from any place and distance in the world. In addition to communications, holographic technology will also lead to changes in education, new retail, and film and television cultural industries.