Arm is a designer and manufacturer of semiconductor IP and software. The company’s semiconductor processors and licenses are designed for technologies that deliver the intelligence in applications from sensors to servers, including smartphones, tablets, enterprise infrastructure and the Internet of Things.
How we work with Arm
We collaborate with Arm to optimise VividQ’s software for the Arm Mali GPU. With Arm’s support and expertise, VividQ enables Computer-Generated Holography on mobile devices for the first time.
Compound Photonics, also known as CP Display, provides compact high-performance microdisplay technology & solutions optimised for sub-4-micron-pixel display space, including Spatial Light Modulators (SLMs).
How we work with Compound Photonics
We have partnered with Compound Photonics to integrate their phase-based microdisplay solutions into AR holographic headset prototypes powered by VividQ software.
Forth Dimension Displays, a subsidiary of Kopin Corporation, manufactures high-resolution spatial light modulators (SLMs) based on ferroelectric LCoS devices, an essential component of microdisplays for AR devices.
How we work with Forth Dimension Displays
We have partnered with Forth Dimension Displays to optimise binary SLMs for AR applications powered by VividQ software. Forth Dimension Displays’ SLMs offer phase modulation at speeds below 1 ms, facilitating the generation of full-colour 3D holographic images in real time.
Mo-Sys Engineering is an innovative designer and manufacturer of advanced camera robotics and virtual technologies for the high-end film and broadcast industry. The Mo-Sys product range spans remote heads & motion control, broadcast robotics, mechanical and optical camera tracking for AR and VR, and on-set visualisation.
How we work with Mo-Sys
VividQ has partnered with Mo-Sys to integrate their latest tracking system into holographic headset prototypes powered by VividQ software, to accurately track and project holographic images in a physical space for AR devices.
TruLife Optics design and manufacture high-yield, low-cost, efficient Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs). Their complex optical element solutions have a number of use cases, including within AR devices and automotive HUDs.
How we work with TruLife Optics
We have partnered with TruLife Optics to develop working prototypes for AR head-mounted displays (HMDs) and head-up displays (HUDs) powered by VividQ software, using their scalable miniaturised optical hardware solutions.
iView, with operations in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China, is the leading innovator of projection displays technology and supplier of optical modules. The company has a versatile optical modules product range, from ultra-compact modules for AR head-mounted displays, optical modules embedding into smart devices, to high power modules for home entertainment and commercial use.
How we work with iView
We have partnered with iView to develop next-generation applications of Computer-Generated Holography in Augmented Reality devices using iView’s innovative optical module designs, including Head-Mounted Displays and Head-Up Displays.
The Holographic Display Ecosystem
At VividQ, we collaborate with industry-leading technology companies to enable the next generation of holographic devices.
By offering Reference Designs and integrated solutions alongside our partners, we create a direct path for OEMs to bring holographic display applications, powered by VividQ software, to the market.
We partner with designers and manufacturers of optical systems, processors, tracking systems, display hardware and 3D content.
Display elements create high-quality, three-dimensional holographic projections by modulating light.
We collaborate with manufacturers of Spatial Light Modulators (SLMs), including Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) amplitude and phase micro-displays.
Content & Interface
Holographic display can make use of a range of existing 3D content pipelines, such as game engines, and interface mechanics.
We work with Content & Interface partners to develop highly immersive and interactive holographic experiences.
Holographic projections are inherently three-dimensional: they present images with depth perception. Tracking systems provide accurate spatial information so that holographic images can be displayed at the correct place in relation to the user.
We collaborate with head-tracking, eye-tracking and camera-tracking providers to optimise visual delivery mechanisms for Computer-Generated Holography.
Optical systems are an integral part of holographic display, guiding the image from the display to the eye. They allow for accurate and realistic holographic projections for a wide range of end applications, from smartglasses to panel displays
We collaborate with hardware providers of combiner optics, such as a free space systems, waveguides and Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs).
Real-time compute is an essential requirement for the mass adoption of holographic display. Our collaboration with chip manufacturers leads to continued improvements of VividQ hologram-generation software to achieve high performance on mobile and tethered devices.
We work closely with computing architecture providers, from GPUs, FPGAs, ASICs to general parallel processing devices.
20 10 2020
Arm Shares The Magic (and Science) behind Mobile Holographic Display with VividQ
The new blog by Arm discusses a major technical milestone achieved with VividQ.