Zebra Imaging developing holographic display for AFRL

  • 08-Jun-2010 12:13 EDT

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) awarded Zebra Imaging Inc. a Small Business Innovation Research Phase II award. Under Full Multiplex Holographic Display (FMHD) Phase II, the company will integrate its interactive 3-D holographic display system, the Dynamic 3-Dimensional Display (D3D), with a USAF warfighter mission application related to air, space, or cyberspace warfare. Zebra successfully executed a Phase I FMHD study during 2009. The 24-month Phase II effort will demonstrate the utility of dynamic, holographic display and 3-D user interaction specific to the warfighter's environment. Phase II will also further develop, optimize, and integrate 3-D holographic visualization with warfighting missions, data flow, tactics, and support structure.

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