3D holographic display provider Zebra Imaging says it has now “cut production time in half while doubling the resolution on both color and monochromatic holograms.”
Using patented technical advances in lasers, optics and computing, Zebra’s holograms are portable and can be made either transparent or opaque and rigid or flexible through various lamination techniques. The hologram is illuminated with a halogen or LED light source.
The recent improvements let the company create high-resolution holographic images in less than two and a half hours, Zebra says, “allowing for the rapid production of digital holographic imagery at previously unattainable speeds and quality.”
Zebra says it holographs are a “robust, cost-effective and accurately-detailed medium to present plans and designs in a true 360-degree viewpoint without requiring special goggles, glasses or other eyewear.”
The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.