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Thursday, January 7, 2016

HaptoClone, a holographic technology that can be touched

Researchers from Shinoda Lab at the University of Tokyo, Japan, creating a holograms technology that can be touched. And titled "HaptoClone (Haptic-Optical Clone)", the researcher wants to be communicated through more real hologram.

It is possible to support interactive system called "telehaptic". The system allows its users to send multi-dimensional drawing hands or faces to a friend. Not only able to see a picture with a hologram display, the other person can also feel the hologram touch, when the devices also support the telehaptic system.
The researchers of Shinoda Lab at the University of Tokyo, Japan have developed a machine that replicates real objects as holograms and lets you touch them. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1INNZaT)
According to researchers, HaptoClone fit to paired with the project of Virtual Reality (VR) or Augmented Reality (AR).

"Imagine if you're in a zoo. There's a lion on the other side of your vision. With VR glasses, you can feel the sensation of touching a lion," said the representative of researcher.

HaptoClone uses sensors to scan kinetic movement in real-time. Supported by four ultrasound sensors display that delivers ultrasonic radiation pressure.
That's what makes the user believe he was actually touching a person or an object. "We will continue the haptic function to enrich of human communication," the researchers said. Seem, in the future we are able to touch the other person during a video chat through this technology. Wow..! *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SHINODA-MAKINO LAB | GIZMODO]
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