Life would be really easy if we could explain what we we’re trying to say with small illustrative holograms and Samsung brings you just that opportunity. Whether you want to explain your business model to your boss with a small prototype or help your kid learn about various animals and objects, it’s as easy as clicking a button. Samsung has filed patents to for a technological device that could display holographic images.
But don’t get your expectations too high, these aren’t as good as the holographic videos you see in movies or other high tech products.
- · 1 Device with a normal screen and body
- · 1 light guide member (light emission device) placed right above the screen
- · 1 entrance optical member (another thicker material) right above the guide member’s surface
- · 1 image hologram above it’s surface (it will be spaced laterally above the light emission device).
- · And…
TADA!!!!!! You’re holographic Smartphone is ready.
The holographic image stored in the image hologram will be displayed when light is emitted by the area corresponding to the entrance optical member (step 3 of the recipe). It will be displayed right above the light emission device.
(for all those who don’t like being disappointed, please read before you buy the actual product)
Smartphones have limited space and resources, meaning implementation of this technology will only provide us with small holograms and images.
Big companies like Samsung and Google keep filling numerous patents for insane and awe-inspiring innovations like these, but whether or not they’ll introduce the devices in the market or not, is a question no one can answer but them. Rumor has it that the Samsung S7 is expected to have these holographic features but news is that Samsung is only experimenting in this area.
Who knows what will happen but it would be so cool to use such a product, let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best!!