Volograms’ tech will capture reality for VR Dublin start-up takes cue from The Matrix
Dublin start-up Volograms is developing technology that can capture footage of real people for use in virtual and augmented-reality applications.
“We use several cameras in a studio to capture a real person - for example, an actor performing - and then we use a 3D reconstruction process to create a kind of hologram of that person,” said Rafael Pages, chief executive at Volograms.
“We call it a ‘vologram’ - a volumetric hologram, essentially...
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