Hologram technology provides a contactless and hands-free way to interact with digital content, reducing the spread of germs and viruses.
It offers an immersive and interactive 3D experience that responds to user gestures and voice commands, creating a more engaging and responsive interaction.
Holograms can be viewed from multiple angles, providing a dynamic and realistic representation of the object or scene being recorded. This makes hologram technology useful in a variety of fields, such as education, entertainment, and marketing.
The high-brightness automotive floating display uses a special optical film: a double-sided corner reflector array (Dihedral Corner Reflector Array, DCRA) to project images into the air, creating a visual effect as if the picture is suspended in the air.
There is a columnar array composed of many transparent square columns on the optical film, so that the light is totally reflected inside the transparent column. Since the two adjacent sides inside the transparent column are both vertical, the light will travel in the opposite direction of the incident light after being reflected twice internally. Therefore, the final image will be imaged on the opposite surface parallel to the optical film, forming a floating effect.