Holochat is a multi-participant communication system that includes (still or animated) three-dimensional images of the participants. Several experts expect that it will not be long before consumers demand true three- dimensional videos for computer and television uses. In this area, holographic technology will serve a vital role. Digital Micro-reflective panel Arrays (DMAs) are created from thousands of reflective panels. The inclinations of these panels can be moved several thousand times each second. These alterments alter the trajectories of thousands of rays of light reflecting off of these panels. When these beams of light are coherent laser light, then the thousands of reflective panels can manipulate thousands of laser rays to create travelling, three-dimensional pictures from the interference configurations. Currently, these images are projected into a see-through substance. Some day, in contrast, it might be possible to make animated, three-dimensional pictures suspended in space. Applying this applied science to television with holographic projection would enable you to see a wide range of broadcast or recorded content from multiple, three-dimensional perspectives. Also how holographic data storage works provides unique developments on holotech.
In the areas of teleinteractions and education, teleconferencing and distance education science and equipment involving two-dimensional screen pictures will be replaced by 3D, interactive holopresence systems. Holotech applied science is already being used for "HoloCells" (holographic cellular phones that record and reproduce 3D, rapid-response pictures of the communicating parties that may be viewed from different angles). Related material at entertainment applications of holographic technology may be of use.
There are possibilities for the use (and abuse) of Virtual Reality (VR) to the field of human relationships. There are many modes of virtual human associations, but one type that is gaining popularity by leaps and bounds is virtual dating. The positives of virtual dating include: transcending geographic boundaries to connect with people in different states or around the world (especially relevant for connecting with others who have similar specialized or unusual interests); greater emphasize on communication (which might be lost in the hustle and bustle of loud, visually-oriented bar settings); convenience, efficiency, and date screening methods which simply do not exist in an actual environment, but there are also downsides. The use of bogus identities with harmful intent is a potentially serious disadvantage of online associations. Then too, it is not uncommon to been very disappointed when you meet someone in person after having gotten to know them online. Related holotech developments at associative retrieval through holographic technology may be of use.
When holographic data can only be recorded once in optical media, then the storage media is "Holotech ROM" (HoloROM). When holotechnology data may be repeatedly retrieved and modified concurrently, then the storage media is "Holotech Random-Access-Memory" (HoloRAM). The page on application of holographic technology to television delves into these subjects from another angle.
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