Holographic technology has been around for quite some time. It has been around so long that most don’t even realize it. It’s the same kind of technology that you see in movies like Star Wars and The Matrix. Think of it as 3D movie technology. The primary use of holograms is in three-dimensional imagery and video display systems, such as computers, video game consoles, 3D televisions, and cinema presentation systems or projectors.
With the increasing adoption of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR), we can expect to see more applications of this type of technology soon. And why not? Holographic technology is increasingly seen as a critical component for immersive computing applications within the market. Its verticals of VR & AR, industrial design, gaming, education, architecture, construction, etc.