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VividQ CEO invited to present at the Optica Imaging Congress 2023

July 28, 2023
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VividQ CEO invited to present at the Optica Imaging Congress 2023

Last month, Optica invited VividQ CEO Darran Milne to give a presentation at the Optica Imaging Congress within the Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging meeting track. The invitation recognises Darran as a leader within the holographic industry.

As a recognised Invited Speaker, Darran joined other world-leading experts to discuss applications of computer-generated holography. Optica (formerly OSA) is world-renowned for its promotion of optics, photonics and the science of light.

In Darran’s presentation titled: Holographic Display Technology for AR and VR, he explained why holographic display is key to achieving success in the consumer adoption of next-generation headsets. Key points discussed included:

  • Why ‘3D’ today is underwhelming for consumers and developers due to the lack of comfortable and realistic depth of focus
  • How computer-generated holography stacks up against display technologies such as light field and varifocal display
  • How the use of waveguide combiners unlocks the potential for AR and VR headsets with compact form factors using holographic display
  • The challenges facing the adoption of holography and the breakthroughs we’ve made in waveguide designs and image quality

The hybrid event took place simultaneously in Boston, USA and online on the 14-17 August 2023, and brought together academics and researchers from around the world. 

You can watch Darran’s presentation from Optica available here (skip to 00:26:00).