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Monday, December 14, 2015

Japanese scientists created touchable Hologram technology

If the hologram is known as a three-dimensional object that will not react to the touch. But a group of scientists in Japan doing the latest innovations, so that the holographic technology can be touched by humans.

By using femtosecond laser technology, the Japanese scientists develop the 'Fairy Light', which is a system that can fire high frequency laser beams, which is traveling at a millionth of a billionth of a second.
An illustration of Touchable hologram technology. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1FW4QPY)
Its speciality, the laser beam can be touched by humans and holographic pixels can be manipulated in the air. The new hologram technology was presented in the research paper entitled "Fairy Lights in Femtoseconds: Aerial and Volumetric Graphics Rendered by Focused Femtosecond Laser Combined with Computational Holographic Fields" wrote by Dr. Yoichi Ochiai of Tsukuba University with his fellow scientists from Utsunomiya University Center for Optical Research and Education, Nagoya Institute of Technology and The University of Tokyo.

As reported by Pulse Headlines on Thursday, November 3, 2015, when we touch the hologram surface will feel like holding a hard and rough sandpaper. With the discovery of this new innovation, so that the future can allow humans to interact with the holograms.

"If a three-dimensional format visual image displayed and you can touch it. You can create another visual illustration become more real," said Dr. Yoichi Ochiai. Are you curious? Watch the video presentation of the technology below
The results of the further development of this technology makes it possible to create a computer keyboard made of light or allows the video chat users to experience a virtual touch with their interlocutors. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PULSE HEADLINES]
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