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Clearing Barriers To Augmented Reality Using Computer-Generated Holography

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!!! This event has been postponed to 27/06/23 and will take place in person at Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), West Cambridge campus, Seminar Room 2 – apologies for all the inconvenience with rescheduling.


Computer-generated holography has been growing in popularity in recent years, mainly due to the rise in augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR). It delivers full 3D virtual images with true depth cues and shows significant promise in revolutionizing the display sector. There have been. However, numerous barriers preventing it from being adopted by the mass market from narrow field of view, poorer image quality when compared to stereoscopic alternatives, and form factor. These have slowed the uptake of this technology but for how long?

Speakers bio:

Miguel de Vasconcelos El Guendy has recently submitted his PhD thesis at the University of Cambridge, where he specialized in the use of holographic displays in augmented reality (AR). Miguel also holds an MRes degree in Photonic Engineering from the University of Cambridge and prior to that was a senior engineer at Qualcomm in the research and development of novel IoT processing units.

This talk is part of the Cyber-Human Lab Seminar Series series.

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