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Case Studies

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AR Display for Military
Close Air Support

Holochip assisted the U.S. Department of Defense in creating an AR display for certified ground-based soldiers like JTACs and TACPs who control and coordinate airstrikes from the ground. This display, mounted on a helmet, offers a wide AR field of view with minimal obstruction to the user's natural vision.

ALPR Camera

Holochip partnered with a major vehicle repossession company to develop a rugged automated license plate reading (ALPR) camera for spotter vehicles. The camera captures license plates, sends data to a smartphone app, and alerts the driver when a relevant plate is detected.

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LWIR Camera

Holochip assisted the U.S. Department of Defense in creating a compact, high-resolution (2560x240) long-wave infrared (LWIR) imager with a wide 120-degree field of view (FOV). This LWIR imager system combines images from multiple subapertures into a single composite image.

Ophthalmic Camera

An affordable Non-Mydriatic Fundus Camera quickly captures images of the eye's fundus, aiding in the early diagnosis of diseases like diabetic retinopathy. These images can be stored and shared, assisting healthcare professionals in monitoring retinal blood vessels for changes and impairments.

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Variable Accommodation Head mounted display AR

Variable Accommodation HMD

Holochip created a VR headset for the U.S. Department of Defense that alleviates discomfort and "simulator sickness" by using fluidic lenses to dynamically adjust to the user's gaze. This innovation eliminates the issue of vergence-accommodation conflict (VAC) for a more comfortable and immersive experience.

Underwater 360 VR Camera

The UVGI AR Wand merges ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) with augmented reality (AR) to enhance disinfection. It uses potent UV-C light for efficient and versatile surface disinfection, aided by AR for pinpointing disinfection areas.

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UVGI Wand and AR Glasses

Holochip helped a U.S. Department of Defense customer develop a decontamination tool to combat COVID-19 which uses an AR headset to view the areas contaminated by a ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) device

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