Star Wars-inspired holographic table created

02 December 2019

"Star Wars" was watched by a lot of people. Remember the local holograms? They've learned how to make them by now. You don't have to fly to a distant galaxy.

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A company called Voxon Photonics - from Australia - stood out. It unveiled a table that projects a three-dimensional image. No accessories are needed for viewing.

The device is called Voxon VX1. It "prints" a picture in layers in the air. For this, a projector with three LED-lamps is responsible. It turns out a natural hologram.

The animations are smooth - performed at the speed of 30 frames per second. There is only one disadvantage - the volume. 18 by 18 by 8 centimeters - that's the limit.

Voxon Photonics promises to increase the size in the future. But for now Voxon VX1 is available for everyone. The technology is suitable for presentations, game development and medical applications.

Note - the product is protected from damage. The equipment is under a dome made of tempered glass. Dust is not a problem in this case.

The stated time without maintenance is 500 hours. Then some parts have to be replaced. Everybody can do it in 10 minutes. The necessary "consumables" are included.

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Thebase version of the Voxon VX1 costs $9800. The game version of the Voxon Z3D costs $12,500.