Is virtual reality possible without glasses?

Technological progress leads us to new creations such as virtual reality, a fictitious environment that shows objects or scenes from real life as if the user were experiencing them in close-up.

Normally we have been able to appreciate this environment thanks to virtual reality glasses that show us this dimension, but is it possible to see this 360 virtual reality without glasses? The answer is yes, and the solution is holograms.

What is a hologram?

A hologram is a three-dimensional image emitted by a projector based on holography. Holography, in turn, is the technique by which these holograms are produced using laser illumination to generate three-dimensional images similar to a 3D video.

For practical purposes, we can see an image suspended in the air, without discontinuity from different perspectives or what is the same, a 360 hologram. This generates in the observer the appreciation of an element that seems real and physical.

Applications of this type of virtual reality

This technique that shows a digital reality, every time we will be able to see it applied to more fields, but among the most practical uses that the hologram is found are:

Call effect

One of the best known is the holographic pyramid, ideal for centers of large spaces where they highlight the multitude of stimuli and seeks through holographic images to capture the attention of the public. Ideal for fairs, events, shopping malls...

Business projects

Companies sometimes need to make real projections of their projects to have a clearer idea of how the result can be. A clear example are architects with buildings, doctors with prosthesis, visual designer for shop windows...

Holographic assistants

Single-sideddisplay that becomes a large virtual assistant, which generates a great attraction for fairs, airports, cinemas...

Commercial claim

The most common use of a hologram, to advertise a product or service. Different formats can be used depending on the space where it is going to be exposed and the effect that is wanted to obtain.

Interaction with the hologram

Holography can project images on surfaces that allow user interaction with them to generate greater interest and impact. The example of water vapor displays, where the behavior of the hologram is influenced by the gestures made by the user.

Scenic use: Holograms of large dimensions with high definition finishes ideal for theaters, musicals or dance shows. Its effects are unique for an unforgettable show.

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Examples of use:


55″ OLED display with FHD 1920 x 1080 resolution.

Color Depth: 1.07 Billion Colors (10bit).

Brightness: (Typ.)150 / 400 nit (APL 100% / 25%, without glass)

Response Time: 1 ms (Gray to Gray)

Viewing Angle: (H x V)178 x 178

Contrast Ratio: 150,000 : 1

Color Gamut: BT709 120%.