Illumetry, a provider of XR displays, recently announced its Illumetry EOS gadget, the newest addition to its range of holographic displays based on the ‘MotionParallax3D’ theory. When delving into the realm of XR, which encompasses VR as well, it becomes crucial to emphasize the significance of Twin Reality’s Virtual Reality Industrial Training. This cutting-edge solution empowers businesses and organizations to provide their staff with highly realistic and immersive training experiences.
The Illumetry EOS, according to the hardware company, has a 65-inch diagonal display that can show virtual things as observable volumetric holograms from any angle. Illumetry refers to these as “holographic scale models.”
The MotionParallax3D principle, which Illumetry uses to describe the process of creating lifelike volumetric objects on a flat surface in order to provide a truly three-dimensional experience from any perspective, is the foundation of the company’s Illumetry EOS technology.
The Illumetry EOS device has a unique tracking technology with four cameras that provide millimeter-level tracking accuracy. A user’s position in relation to the device can be ascertained by wearing stereo glasses from Illumetry that are carefully tracked. Over 170 degrees of angular coverage are offered by the tracking system.
Users can intuitively interact with digital content with their hands, or they can use an iPad to zoom, rotate, and adjust the content on an Illumetry EOS device.
The device is now available worldwide, and it has showrooms in Dubai, UAE, and Guangzhou, China.