The next step in the digital personal computer design. How do they look ? The HTD-01 Concept is the first PC, which uses a mini LED projector. The design team combines design and the requirement for the future. Well, it kinds of remind us about Microsoft’s promise of holographic computer in 2015 with HOLO 2.0.
Do you still remember our old, large, and big rear projection TV? Well, this project task was to come up with a new concept with such a screen. It might look like an outdated rear projection technology, but it will be equipped with state-of-the-art techniques of transparency and holography. The first approach was to put together thin glass and projector technology, but the position of the screen to the viewer was not easy to implement and might become a problem. The engineers had to calculate a perfect viewing angle so that viewers don’t have to adjust the screen. The second approach is the design phase where the design team tried to miniaturize the device, creating a concept that is just one step away to holography computer. The short-throw projection would continue to evolve until there’s no static projection surface anymore where sometime in the future, these pictures will be displayed as holographic floating in the air, this is the main objective of the project.
The HTD-01 is a conceptual monitor design with a transparent display. It is equipped with LED-projector, integrated in the stand and beams at its 4mm acrylic display. The display is coated with an advanced foil that picks up the light. The projection surface is 27-inches, it features 1920×1080 pixels with an aspect ratio of 16:9, and other standard connections just like conventional monitors. There’s 2.1 Sound-System is integrated in the stand as well.
Using HTD-01, you can add futuristic element in your office or workplace. The transparent display creates modern touch for any environment, during the operation, the monitor offers crystal clear pictures allowing you to see what’s happening behind it.
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