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Holograms


Inspired by the amazing holograms in the Iron Man films, I came up with this design while brainstorming with Anirudh. It uses two optic pieces for each eye, each using a set of beamsplitter and large aperture, short focal-length lens. It uses the user's phone as its computing device to track and place objects in the user's surroundings.

All software and parts were homebrewed, either laser cut or 3D printed. Rendering was done using Unity 3D and Dive's Head Tracking technology.

This is very much a work and progress, and more media (videos of holograms and tracking) should soon be uploaded. A version 2 is in the works.

Also, this was done before Microsoft announce its HoloLens project, which achieves similar results.

Mentor: Anirudh Sharma