RED Cameras has recently announced that they’ll be releasing a holographic phone known as Hydrogen One which’s in a position to generate an augmented reality display with out using a HMD. Whereas not a lot has been identified concerning the display itself, it has lastly been uncovered that the upcoming Hydrogen phone will use Leia Inc.’s know-how to power their devices.
The 2 corporations have announced a strategic partnership to convey the world’s first lightfield “holographic” smartphone to the market begin within the first half of 2018.
“This is an incredible opportunity for both companies and a perfect marriage,” says Jim Jannard, Founder and Chairman of RED. “Leia brings a very special piece of technology that blends seamlessly with our vision of a ground-breaking and disruptive consumer product.”
Leia Inc. states that they’ve made a latest breakthrough in Nano-Photonic design and manufacturing that can present a whole lightfield “holographic” display resolution for cell devices utilizing proprietary hardware and software.
“We are thrilled to partner with Jim and the RED team on the Hydrogen program,” says David Fattal, Leia Founder and CEO. “They’ve a daring vision and share our urge to disrupt the cell business with true innovation.
Jim has had a marked affect on our group,” provides Fattal. “He is an amazing inventor and designer with a unique flair to create global consumer brands. We could not have found a better partner to enter the consumer realm.”
Above is a video of their holographic resolution from a few years in the past. We’re guessing many issues have been retuned and up to date since this era. RED has additionally made a strategic funding in Leia, and Jannard will likely be becoming a member of the Leia board of administrators. The funding is for an undisclosed quantity.
The Hyrdogen One holographic display smartphone will begin at a worth level of $1,195 for the aluminum model and $1,595 for the Titanium model.