Innovative hologram technology could be at the forefront of energy savings.
Backed by Shark Tank winner Mark Cuban, Hypervsn has come a long way and will change our day-to-day lives sooner or later.
Hypervsn — a decade-old first hologram company — predicts that 3D living will become more prevalent in the next decade.
When asked how the technology works, CEO and co-founder Dr. Kiryl Chykeyuk begins with a key word: “magic.”
Elaborating further, he revealed to the American Sun, “There are many LED wires spinning very fast. The human eye cannot pick up the fast movement.
“The only thing we saw was a clear, coherent image floating in the air.”
Hypervsn’s technology, which utilizes massive fans and LED lights that spin faster than the naked eye can see, is unique to their company, and CES 2023 isn’t their first rodeo.
Shark Tank entrepreneur Mark Cuban approached them five years ago at a trade show and, marveling at their invention, became one of their investors; a hologram of him was even featured on their CES booth.
“He fell in love with the technology, and then he invested in us,” Dr. Chykeyuk said.
They claim to have the world’s largest hologram projection, and while absolutely stunning and bright, it’s more than just a pretty image.
Their unique innovations can help protect the planet due to their enormous energy-saving capabilities.
“If you look at a 22-inch hologram … it’s about a million pixels in resolution, right? But to render that resolution, we’re only using 900 LEDs.”
When “using a traditional standard LED display, you’re going to need a million physical LEDs. 900 LEDs versus a million … which is obviously much better for the environment.
“For the same resolution and the same brightness, we also consume 30 percent less power.”
Even the definition of a hologram has changed over time. It used to refer to special laser systems that could create images, but now it applies to this and other technologies that allow images to float freely in the air.
With their amazing hologram technology, they can turn anyone into a hologram just by getting them in the right position.
Still, it’s not wise for the average TV viewer to replace their TV.
“You don’t really just replace [your TV] Because traditional 2D monitors can usually only project 2D graphics. We project 3D graphics.
“We’re basically taking the customer experience to the next level with 3D Quantum.
“Ideally, you’d want our products to have 3D content,” something more and more content creators are embracing.
In theory, 3D movies could play well on such a holographic system, but even the most advanced market is on the verge of making such systems mediocre.
Ten years may seem like a long time to some, but Dr. Chykeyuk believes that “the future is here and now.”