The company will transfer Realfiction augmented reality on 64-inch screens

We are accustomed to the fact that under the augmented reality refers to video games like Pokemon Go or devices like HoloLens from Microsoft. Today AR occurs at almost every turn, and the hype around it several poulogsya, despite the fact that companies like Apple are making every effort to make this technology popular again. Realfiction company decided to approach the issue from a somewhat different angle. Its engineers have developed a 64-inch screens that can change our idea of ​​augmented reality.

The company will transfer Realfiction augmented reality on 64-inch screens The company will transfer Realfiction augmented reality on 64-inch screens

The screen is called Deepframe ( "deep frame" - Eng.), Which is quite accurately describes what he can do. And he is capable of that makes augmented reality beyond the close of the screen of the smartphone or smart glasses lens, making it visible to many people simultaneously. On transparent glass reflected image with 65-inch OLED-display with a resolution of 4K. This creates the illusion that in front of you in the room stands the figure of a man, or, for example, a living dinosaur. Considering that behind the object you can see the interior of the room in which are, feeling (if you believe those who had time to test Deepframe on himself) add up very interesting.

The company will transfer Realfiction augmented reality on 64-inch screens

Inside Deepframe no e-filling. You may well replace regular 4K-8K display, thereby improving the quality of the final image. Scope of such a technology is quite wide, but considering the high cost of the device (approximately 50 000 dollars), to afford such a pleasure to be able to unless the owners of shopping centers, museums, exhibition halls and other entertainment venues to attract the attention of their customers. One day we saw something like that in the movie "The Time Machine" (2002), loosely based on the works of HG Wells - there appears to such a virtual consultant, who spoke with the museum-archive visitors.