DeepFrame Display Creates Augmented Reality without Special Glasses

Valeriia Kyselova
Account Manager

If we want to try out the augmented reality, we should use smartphones or AR-glasses.

The Danish company Realfiction announced a brand new type of access to augmented reality – the DeepFrame display. It was introduced in Las Vegas at CES-2018.

The company uses misleading optical effect; moving objects look as if they are real and placed near you. DeepFrame has a 65-inch OLED-display (4K resolution), from which the image is projected onto a transparent glass.

Eventually, an illusion arises as a specific virtual object appears in the room – for example, a person or a prehistoric velociraptor. In this case, there is no electronic filling inside the DeepFrame screen. The user can improve the image quality, replacing the standard display with a resolution of 4K to 8K.

The cost of DeepFrame various from $50,000 to $60,000, which is expensive for a typical consumer.

The device is thought to be used by large and famous museums, art galleries and shopping malls.

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