Zeiss’s Holocam glass

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Zeiss's Holocam is a part of their Multifunctional Smart Glass technology. It is a transparent camera that uses holography to turn glass windows into cameras. The Holocam works by using coupling, decoupling, and light guiding elements to redirect incident light to a concealed sensor, eliminating the need for cutouts or installation space in visible areas for cameras or sensors. The technology is built around a thin polymer film that can transform any glass surface into an interactive screen. The film offers more than 92 percent transparency and combines projection, detection, illumination, and filtering functionalities. The Holocam technology has a wide range of applications. It can be used in vehicles for following distance alerts, parking sensors, or fatigue detection systems. It can also be integrated into screens and displays for videoconferencing, allowing participants to make eye contact as the camera can be placed at the center of the screen. In addition to these, the Multifunctional Smart Glass technology can be used for innovative interior lighting, large-scale holographic projection systems, and even to black out window glass or make projected text and images visible only from the inside or outside. Zeiss is not looking to market finished products itself but act as a system provider to OEMs, offering unique industrial-scale replication of holograms in the form of a transparent layer.
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