Holografika offers a high-end solution for true 3D visualisation of the 3D data available in many professional IT systems. With HoloVizio systems, viewers can see a 3D image as they would see it in reality, as it reconstructs all the light beams present in a natural 3D view.
Viewers can walk and look behind the objects floating in front of or behind the screen, continuing to receive a perfect visual impression. There is no jump between the views, and the field of view offers fully continuous motion parallax. There are no special glasses or head-tracking required; the 3D image can be seen with the unassisted naked eye for multiple viewers simultaneously, with the possibility of seeing different details. There are also no side effects, like discomfort or restrain and no invalid zones.
HoloVizio C80 is the world's first glasses-free 3D cinema system, with a 140" screen.
HoloVizio 720RC is a large-scale 3D display, with a 72" screen.
HoloVizio 240P is a portrait format 3D display, with a 45" screen
For integrating existing applications with HoloVizio, the manufacturer provides the OpenGL Wrapper which intercepts OpenGL calls coming from the application and tranfers them to the 3D display. The application does not have to be aware of the presence of the wrapper, the application's OpenGL window looks the same, but the 3d model is also displayed on HoloVizio. This solution is able to display the contents of the OpenGL render windows of your application, but in true 3D.
For displaying image-based content (eg. pre-rendered images or animations rendered using 3DS Max, real multi-camera shots), a renderer / converter / video player chain is provided. It starts with a 3DS max plug-in content creators can use to render the 3D scene from numerous viewpoints, which is followed by the conversion process that combines images / videos taken from different viewpoints into a video stream that can be played on the display. The resulting video stream can be played back on the displays in real-time. The converter can of course be fed with multi-camera images created / captured by other means (including live content).