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  1. 2013, St George's University of London
  2. Holograms capable of displaying the working organs of a human body.
  3. Showcased three-dimensional images of kidneys four meters in length, a skull, and other parts of the body.


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Edu-tech Applications

  1. virtual classrooms
  2. AR learning apps
  3. AI-Holograms.
  4. Holographic telepresence 
  5. Immersive Learning


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What is Holography?

  1. Holograms are virtual three-dimensional images created by the interference of light beams that reflect real physical objects. 
  2. To produce an accurate visualization of a hologram at a certain point in space
  3. Needs two light waves to be coordinated in motion - a reference wave a...


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2 ways to a Hologram

  1. Stereotypical > via computer - with augmented reality glasses,
  2. Realistic > physical - for optical displays. 


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Stereo Typical HoloGRam

Microsoft HoloLens. 


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Realistic holograms

Peppers Ghost 

HoloNet : projecting holographic content on a mesh that's invisible to the viewers 


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Future of holography

intersection of

  1. AI
  2. Augmented Reality 
  3. digital human technology
  4. voice cloning


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Augmented reality will no longer require wearing special glasses but will be directly integrated into landscape objects. We already know how holographic pedestrian crossings and holographic advertising work.



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Holography Innovators

  1. ARHT’s hologram technology. 
  2. HoloVit
  3. Imverse : 3D holograms to be used in virtual boardrooms. 


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It will take time for holograms to be a regular part of the business world. 



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Practical Applications of Holography in Education

  1. Holokit 
  2. Holographic Telepresence 
  3. Immersive Educational content 


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Holographic Telepresence

  1. Remote Immersive Education 
  2. Pilots underway in many places 
  3. Also being used for boardroom and enterprise meetings 


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  1. Simple DIY Kit for children to udnerstand Holography
  2. Play content using smartphone and Kit 


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Challenges with Holography

  1. Cost of Implementation 
  2. Complex Programming and AI 
  3. Pre-generated Content in needed 
  4. Live content with immersive experience still a while away 


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Using Holography for immersive education experiences 



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Dennis Gabor 1947

In 1947, Dennis Gabor — a Hungarian-British physicist — developed today’s modern hologram theory while working on an electron microscope. However, optical holography didn't really advance until the advent of the laser in 1960. A laser emits a potent burst of light that only lasts a few nanosecond...


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Holography in education

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