Dr Ӧzgür Yöntem and his team in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Cambridge have invented a novel 360° 3D light-field capturing and display system. The display has potential applications in novel gaming experiences, enhanced reality, novel interactive museum experiences, videoconferencing, and autonomous vehicle infotainment.
- Display can be viewed by many people from many angles
- 3D and appears to “pop” out of the surface
- Compatible with haptic feedback systems
- Can be used in both capture and display modes
- Intrinsic capturing property allows real-time hand/eye tracking