Create a magical future with interactive holographic displays.
Neonode is making the future a reality by enabling intuitive and responsive interactivity with holographic displays, without the need for special headsets or equipment. With only bare hands and the naked eye, our technology enables users to point, select, scroll, swipe, zoom and spin holographic images in mid-air.
By integrating Neonode Touch Sensor Modules with revolutionary projected imagery, holographic displays can be used to amaze and delight. Holograms also provide added security when users enter personal information such as PIN codes, as images can be invisible to passers-by. Our proven technology has been rolled out in holographic pin-pads, smart toys, control panels and medical devices.
Neonode partners with some of the leading global holographic plate providers to make your next application a reality.
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How Holographic Touch Works
Holographic technology uses mirrored projection plates which redirect light emanating from a hidden LCD display to create a floating image.
These images can then be made interactive with Neonode’s Touch Sensor Modules. Our technology uses infrared lasers to detect ‘touches’ when a user interacts with different areas of the interface. Input is then handled in the same way as a touch panel, making user adoption essentially seamless.Learn About Touch Sensor Modules
How to Implement Holographic Touch
Holographic plates enable in-air image projection of an ordinary LCD screen, which is projected 90 degrees away from the screen. The projection plates consists of at least two layers of mirror arrays and are positioned at 45° from the display. The plate redirect light emanating from the display to create the floating image.
Neonode's Touch Sensor Module is positioned underneath the projection plate, where its interactive area covers the projected image, making it possible to interact with the in-air interface by simply touching it.Get Started with Holographic Implementation