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What Is Holus

  • WHAT IS HOLUS
  • DESIGN
  • SPECIFICATIONS
The World’s First Interactive, Tabletop Holographic Display.
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Holus is a tabletop platform that converts any digital content from a computer, tablet or smartphone into a 3D, holographic experience. View it from four different angles and interact with it in ways that have never been possible.

Game developers can create 3D holographic games, 3D modellers can visualize their creations, and families can bring back board game nights. Businesses can integrate Holus into their service or processes to enhance customer experiences and increase efficiency. The possibilities are endless; put your own spin on Holus!

The purpose and objective of Holus is to provide a social campfire experience where people can overcome isolation and stagnation with respect to information. Holus is the first step in the holographic revolution, aiming to Humanize Technology by bridging the gap between the digital and physical world, and between humans and technology.

Key Features
Holographic Projection
There's 360 degrees of Holus to go around! Holus projects holographic content onto the pyramid-shaped glass, allowing users to view it from all sides. Coupled with motion tracking and dynamic stitching technology, Holus creates a realistic holographic experience.
Software Development Kit
Holus is an open platform that can cater to its users. With the demos and SDKs provided, it is easy to create unique educational applications and games that suit the specific needs of learners. There are SDKs for popular platforms like Unity and Unreal.
Interactivity
Holus' biggest differentiation is that it integrates an interactive component. Rather than a simple static display, Holus apps will allow users to engage with content through tablets, gesture and even brain control via different third-party sensors.
Other Features
Motion Tracking
Middleware Support
Tempered Glass
Wireless Connection

 

 

USB Charging Port
Integrated Speakers
Docking Station
Eco-Friendly
Our Design
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holus design details

We have been iterating over the past 18 months in order to understand how Holus can be designed in the most successful way possible. In the past, holographic experiences were bulky, expensive and not energy efficient.

We wanted to design Holus in a way that would achieve safety, cost-effectiveness, light weight, energy efficiency and a clean, minimal design so that the user could see and engage with others around Holus. We also recognized two key challenges that we face with current display technologies: isolation and stagnation of human movement.

We asked ourselves critical questions such as, “how can we create a truly immersive experience that involves at it's core: movement? How can we use Holus to facilitate human connection and form meaningful relationships?"

We wanted to ensure that our design process was focused on user experience. After years of R & D we believe we have finally achieved this with Holus.

Holus is friendly.
Holus COMPATIBILITY

 

Holus is fine working on its own, but it also enjoys working with others too. Whether it be a tablet, phone, computer, sensor, game console, or other device, easily connect and take your Holus experience even further. Not sure what to do after you connect? We’ll provide tutorials and example videos to help you get started.

Specifications
  Holus Home Holus Pro
Colours Charcoal, White Charcoal, White
Size 400 x 510 x 510 mm 440 x 610 x 610 mm
Viewing Angles 360 degrees 360 degrees
Input Terminals 1 Lightning Cable

1 Lightning Cable ,1 HDMI Cable,

1 MHL Cable

Charging Ports (USB) 2 4
Contrast Ratio 1000:01:00 1000:01:00
Monitor Resolution
(divide into 4 sides)
1600x1600 1920x1920 (HDMI)
1600x1600 (USB 3.0)
Pixels Per Side 640,000 921,600
Auto Eco View/
Ambient Sensor
No Yes (Eco-friendly energy usage)
Embedded Speakers No Yes
Viewable Image Size 191.5 x 405 x 405 mm 224.9 x 475.7 x475.7 mm
SDK License Included No Yes
Embedded
Tablet Dock
Yes Yes
Response time
for Holus
5ms (gray to gray) 5ms (gray to gray)
Digital Scanning
Frequency
31 - 127 kHz, 59-61 Hz
(VGA Text: 69-71 Hz,
Single link: 29-31 Hz)
31 - 127 kHz, 59-61 Hz
(VGA Text: 69-71 Hz,
Single link: 29-31 Hz)
Power Requirements AC 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz AC 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Max Power
Consumption
66 W 68 W
Typical Power
Consumption
25 W 25 W