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Leia: RED reveals details on the holo display of his smartphone

Friday, September 8th, 2017 | Gadgets

Regarding its announced smartphone Hydrogen One, the camera manufacturer RED has called details of the display. The device should appear with a holographic screen, which should represent 3D objects without tools.

As a partner for the realization of the holographic display, RED chose Leia Inc.. The screen is to use the Leia-developed Diffractive Lightfield Backlight: A layer with nanostructures should ensure that the light emitted from the display panel is broken so that a 3D effect is created.

    RED Hydrogen One (Image: RED)

The advantage to RED is that the image quality is not affected by the 3D technology. Also, the battery life is not to suffer. In addition, a conventional display cover can be used.
Exact integration of the 3D effect still unclear
How RED intends to use the 3D effect is not yet clear. Although the manufacturer of 3D films speaks, whether and to what extent, for example, the operating system will also fall back on the effect, is not yet known.
The Hydrogen One is scheduled to appear in the first half of 2018. RED has already announced a price for the device in a first advance notice: It is to cost 1,200 US dollars. In view of the price of conventional top-of-the-line smartphones, this is only a small extra charge for a device with built-in 3D technology.

For example, the new Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung costs 1,000 euros. The Hydrogen One is also to serve as a control monitor for various RED cameras.


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