Holographic displays and implementations have changed and improved vastly over the last decade. While Tupac Shakur's resurrection at Coachella may have been the first step to popularizing holographic techniques, holography the way we know it has vastly improved since then.
3D Holographic Displays: Progress was made in creating more realistic 3D holographic displays for various applications, including entertainment, education, and medical imaging. Researchers and companies were working on improving the resolution, color reproduction, and viewing angles of holographic displays.
Holographic Telepresence: There were efforts to develop holographic telepresence systems that allow users to interact with realistic holographic representations of people or objects in real-time. This has potential applications in teleconferencing, virtual meetings, and remote collaboration.
Holographic AR/VR: Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) systems incorporating holographic elements were being explored. These applications aimed to enhance the user experience by blending holographic content seamlessly with the real world.
Advancements in Holographic Printing: Progress was made in holographic printing techniques, enabling the production of more sophisticated and complex holographic images for security, authentication, and artistic purposes.
Medical Imaging and Visualization: Holography was being used in medical imaging for visualizing complex 3D structures, such as organs and tissues, providing surgeons with more detailed information during procedures.
Holographic Entertainment: Holographic technology was finding applications in entertainment, including concerts and live performances, where artists could be virtually projected onto a stage.
Miniaturization of Holographic Components: Efforts were being made to miniaturize holographic components, making them more practical for integration into consumer devices such as smartphones and wearable devices.
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