Created by Voxon Photonics in South Australia , 2019

The VX1 from Voxon Photonics is a volumetric display inspired by the game of holochess in Star Wars. The display operates much like a 3D printer. They take 3D data, and slice it up into hundreds of layers. Those layers are then projected one at a time onto a specially designed high-speed reciprocating screen. Due to “persistence of vision”, the human eye blends the images together, and the result is a true 3D image that can be viewed in the same way as one would view a real object, from any angle, and without special effects, headgear or glasses. The potential use cases in entertainment, education, medical and communication fields are numerous and exciting!

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Created by Voxon Photonics in South Australia, 2019

The VX1 from Voxon Photonics is a volumetric display inspired by the game of holochess in Star Wars. The display operates much like a 3D printer. They take 3D data, and slice it up into hundreds of layers. Those layers are then projected one at a time onto a specially designed high-speed reciprocating screen. Due to “persistence of vision”, the human eye blends the images together, and the result is a true 3D image that can be viewed in the same way as one would view a real object, from any angle, and without special effects, headgear or glasses. The potential use cases in entertainment, education, medical and communication fields are numerous and exciting!

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