With the proliferation of digital signage and tablet devices over the past 5 years today’s Tradeshow and Marketing Manager face the daunting challenge of finding an integrated solution that achieves their marketing needs, while managing continual and sharp decreases in event budget allocations.
Craig Newswanger dreams of bringing the incredible power of digital holography to consumers. As Zebra Imaging's chief technology officer since 2014, he's been at the forefront of optical research for holographic imaging and has been instrumental in crafting the architecture that forms the basis of our 3D visualization technologies.
Microsoft announced this week the prototype of its newest device, the Holo-Lens.
Obviously the device is ground-breaking and along with the $500M Google-funded Magic Leap we are getting a number of questions about how this device is different from Zebra’s prototype Holographic Motion Display.
3D scanning represents the perfect storm of innovative ideals enabled by technological developments. Pairing some of the most creative minds in many industries with powerful tools that allow them to capture, display and produce staggering visuals is driving the spirit of invention in many fields. As 3D imaging and scanning technologies become more cost-effective and continue to reveal more benefits, it's evident that we're in an era in which anything seems possible.
The power of 3D technology is being increasingly utilized by different industries, and one of the most exciting new uses is in its diagnostic capacity. U.S. News reported that 3D mammography reduced the amount of call-back tests for women while increasing the rate of breast cancer detection by 40 percent. This new use of 3D imaging is a good indicator of the impact that holographic technology and 3D visualization can have in the lives of people in everyday medical applications.
Here at Zebra Imaging, we strongly believe in the power that a hologram can have in making a real impact on an audience. In recent years, we've seen increasing trends of companies and even politicians making use of the power of 3D imaging in order to make powerful statements that impress up to thousands of onlookers at once. Powerful 3D images can also be used for business purposes in order to create a strong impression in the hearts and minds of customers and investors who may be interested in a product or project. According to USA Today, Elvis will be coming back in pseudo-"3D hologram" form some time over the next couple years, but we're more interested in finding ways that allow an organization to highlight goals and strategies through holograms.
Here at Zebra Imaging, we are interested in providing the highest quality holograms to our clients, whether they be businesses or consumers. As a result of our dedication to quality, there have been many different times where we have been able to contribute something amazing to our clients' presentations. Because of the inherently magical nature of 3D imaging, many of our products provide a kind of theatrical style that is impossible to get in any other way. Most people have never seen something in true 3D before, and are amazed by the majesty and power of a 3D image when they are able to see one for the first time.
At Zebra, we get a lot of questions about holograms. Questions about security holograms, the kind of holograms in the movies, the kind making social media frenzys. While these are all really cool special effects, they technically aren't holograms. Sorry Tupac. That includes you. Michael too.
Although it sounds like science fiction, 3D holograms and visualization are ready right now for people all over the world to interact with and experience. Here at Zebra Imaging, we specialize in providing the finest 3D holograms for companies and enterprises that want to impress clients and showcase their designs in a collaborative way. With the advent of 3D content becoming more mainstream, consumer level innovations in 3D holography are available for everyone to enjoy. In the following list, we will walk you through some ways you can integrate some of the amazing innovations of 3D visualization into the comfort of your own home, allowing you to learn to think and create in the newly unconstrained playground of creativity that is 3D imaging.
Holographic technology still has the magic and sci-fi appeal of a new discovery, but is now gaining rapid traction in industrial and consumer level applications, reports ComputerWorldUK. This new wave of adoption for holography is good news for those in the medical, political and military fields, as digital holography has already been used in each of them in order to teach and inspire.