That’s far more than building castles with clean air.
In the middle of a darkened room, a new neighborhood is rising up out of a table.
Four people with futuristic eyeglasses are bending over it, pointing to details, zooming into the view, rotating it.
The scene looks like something out of a science fiction movie.
But it is reality. The hologram table by Euclideon from Brisbane makes it come true. “We had decided to realize this vision to allow people to experience large models or even games – in a way that is more impressive than virtual reality and more immersive than 3D television,” says Louis Valenti, Marketing Manager at Euclideon.
More convenient than virtual reality
The result is the first 3D table where multiple users can show each other their visions simultaneously without having to wear huge virtual reality devices on their heads. Because the magnitude is in the table. The high-tech piece of furniture measures 210 x 210 x 61.5 centimeters and the screen measures 120 x 120 centimeters. It projects 3D models in various formats up to 60 centimeters in height and can create a visual depth of one meter down.
“Dust and poor air quality cloud the projectors. Without clean air, the quality of the image would be greatly reduced.” Louis Valenti, Marketing Manager at Euclideon
Architectural designs, landscapes, entire countries, individual blades of grass: Everything takes on realistic forms and literally puts what has been conceived in tangible proximity. Users can pick up individual objects and move them across the table with the associated control bar.