The PORTL Hologram Company makes a Hollywood vision tangible. With their developments they want to turn holograms from science fiction to science fact. Whether conversations like in Star Wars or conversations with fictitious or long since deceased celebrities becomes possible. Your holoportation device, which looks a little bit like a huge frame, is about 7 feet high and 5 feet wide and makes the conversation partner appear in 4K quality.
PORTL hologram promotional video (Source: PORTL Hologram Company)
The device used here, called Epic, has already been used in many different ways in the past. For example, the hologram frame could be admired at ComicCon, where the heroes became reality as holograms. In addition to these event-based scenarios, the company gives its customers a variety of other ideas. For example, museums can bring their exhibited animals to life or, as was the case with Salvador Dali, bring long-dead artists to life.
There will also be many applications in business, the company says. For example, holograms, as we know them from the Avengers films, can be used for meetings to exchange information directly.
The PORTL Hologram Company has an all-round carefree package for its users. Thus, they bring content producers and their customers together to help create unique hologram content. In addition to the Epic Frame, a PORTL Production Studio Kit is delivered to subscribers so that they can use the green screen, camera and lighting to create the best Holoportation experience.
When Epic and the PORTL solutions will be available to us and when they will find their way into businesses and homes is still unclear, but in a very comprehensive report at Digital Trends, the company’s CEO, David Nussbaum, suggests recurring costs of about $40, excluding content generation.
The company is a pioneer in hologram technology and, with David Nussbaum’s vision, is paving the way for the technology into the next age.
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