ABSTRACT: This paper goes through an overview of an emerging display technology; In the Heliodisplay, a projector is focused onto a layer of mist in mid-air. Abstract. This paper goes through an overview of an emerging display technology; Heliodisplay. It is an air-based display, using principally air that is already. The Heliodisplay is an air-based display using principally air that is already present in the operating environment (room or space). The system developed by IO2.
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The air-based system is formed by a series of metal plates, and the original Heliodisplay could run for several hours although current models can operate continuously. No special glove or pointing device is required.
Heliodisplay images are not holographic although they are free-space, employing a rear projection system in which images are captured onto a nearly invisible plane of transformed air. Dyner, who built it as a five-inch interactive prototype in before patenting the free-space display technology.
The system comprises a self-generating means for creating this dynamic, non-solid particle cloud. Like any computer monitor or TV, images appear brighter the lower the ambient light.
Heliodisplay projections are helipdisplay in thin air, so you will notice some waviness to the aabstract stability and the intensity and clarity of the image is subject to ambient light conditions and optimisation of display settings.
The audience see a floating mid-air image or video. The Heliodisplay is interactive, like a virtual touchscreen. Heliodisplay images are easily viewed in an office environment. A PC sees the Heliodisplay as a pointing device, like a mouse.
Heliodisplay can operate as a free-space touchscreen when the equipment is ordered as an interactive unit with embedded sensors in the equipment. Although the Heliodisplay uses lasers, the images are not holographic.
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It is an air-based display, using principally air that is already present in the operating environment. The current version of the Heliodisplay projects a 22″ to 42″ depending on model diagonal image that floats above the device.
The interactive version “i” of the heliodisplay contains an embedded processor that controls these functions internally for single touch, or multiple touches.
The curtain is produced using similar ultrasonic technology as used in foggers and comprises a number of columns of fog.
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There is also an interactive version called the M3i. They have all the above said properties. Viewing requires no special glasses. Various versions of the heliodisplay work predominantly from the heliodisplya air such as under museum environments where there are negligible affect to the surrounding space.
Overall image performance fidelity and stability was further improved.
The heliodisplay is an interactive planar display. The Heliodisplay transforms water into a unique screen of fine vapour, suspended in mid-air to create a nearly invisible screen into which any image can be projected.
The display can create a true 3D hologram effect when the right content is used. The XL model is a separate system that supports larger format images beyond the 2 meter range.
Although Heliodisplay images are easily viewed in an office environment, this system is unique, and therefore has to compete with its surroundings, so contrast becomes paramount for optimal viewing. The Heliodisplay is an air-based display using principally air that is already present in the operating environment room or space.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It works as a kind of floating touch screen, making it possible to manipulate images projected in air with your fingers, and can be connected to a computer using a standard VGA connection. Multimodal interaction Display technology companies Computer peripherals.
Images can be seen up to 75 degrees off aspect for a total viewing area of over degrees- similar to an LCD screen. Like any rear projection system, the images are best seen within 70 degrees to either side. Any physical intrusion, occurring spatially within the image region, is captured by a detection system and the intrusion information is used to enable real-time user interaction in updating the image. The M50 has a 50″ diagonal image, equivalent to displaying a life-size head-and-shoulders person.
This is similar in principle to the cinematic technique of rear projection and can appear three-dimensional when using appropriate content. However the system does allow for multiple viewing and dual viewing back and front when combined with two light sources. As dark areas of the image may appear invisible, the image may be more realistic than on a projection screen, although it is still not volumetric. The original M1 units produced by IO2 were advanced prototypes and proof-of-concept.
These projected images and video are actually two-dimensional but appear 3D since there is no physical depth reference. The Heliodisplay only requires a standard power outlet and a video source i. This page was last edited on 1 Novemberat