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Holographic Technology

Updated on March 13, 2018

The dream and imaginations of the Hologram will exist in the near future.

We can't 100% accurately predict the future, but we can predict by what's expected to happen. It has been a dream for the future to have Holographic technology, good news for those who love technology because it is coming very soon. By the early 2020s the Hologram is expected to be invented. By 2024 it will be mainstream. TV will be Holographic with a 3D format setting. 3D printing will be available for all homes. By 2030 High-Tech will start to take affect.

The Hologram will be a radiation light that will make some keypads or touch pads, such as on appliances transparent. Holographic TV will be called UHD (Ultra High Definition) which will be the next technology after HD (High Definition). The Hologram will be a laser-like component that will put out blue coded radiation light. It will be a very powerful light beam that will enhance picture into a better quality. Computers, TVs and some kiosks will be holographic by the mid 2020s.

However, the mid 2020s will be when Holography will be mainstream. It is expected to start around the early 2020s. Cameras with Holographic lenses to take x-ray pictures may come out in the early 2020s. There will be special cameras that can be used to see through walls and other objects. Holographic telescopes will be in the works as well. Holographic telescopes will be used to take detail pictures of outer space from the earth and watch for objects such as asteroids, comets or meteors. They will even take close up pictures of planets or of something such as Saturn's rings. The Hologram is near and it will be great.

The Hologram is already in the works but has not come to invention yet. Right now everything is HD (High Definition). All technology went to HD in 2015. However, HD has existed since 2005. The first HD disk, Blu-Ray came out in 2006. That blue light beam in Blu-Ray players called a ray is how Blu-ray got it's name. Rays are the closest things we can get to Holograms as of right now. How do rays work? A ray works like a laser, except that it's much more strong and more powerful, and is much bigger.

HVD (Holographic Video Disk) will be a holographic version of DVD-ROM. It will have much more space for pictures, files, etc. The release date of this disk has not yet been announced. It will also be used for games systems. The Playstation 5 and Xbox Two will likely be the first game systems to use those disks. The Playstation 5 and Xbox Two have been announced with a released date. The Playstation 5 and and Xbox Two will be released in 2023. They will be the first Holographic game systems.

Holographic technology will continue to advance as the years go by. UMD (Universal Media Disk) will be the second Holographic disk to come out. They are expected to be released anywhere from 2028-2030. The exact year has not been announced yet. UMDs will be a disk specifically for computer business softwares, and for computer programs. So for those of you who are excited for new technology, it's all coming very soon.









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