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December 21, 2018

Holochip awarded NAVY SBIR Phase II Lightfield Display Program

Holochip Corporation (Torrance, California) announced today it was selected for an SBIR Phase II contract by the U.S. Navy (SBIR Topic No. N171-076) for continued development of its lightfield display technology.  Holochip's “Holographic and Light-field Processor for Extreme Multi-View Displays program is focused on the development of a Light-field Processing Unit (LfPU) and lightfield display for AEGIS Display Systems that reduce the Size, Weight and Power and Cost (SWaP-C) of real-time synthetic light-field generation.  Phase I established the feasibility and technical merit of the proposed solution through modeling of the 3D real-time visualization refresh rates as compared with current 2D real-time visualization refresh rates.  In Phase II, Holochip will develop a table-top, 1-meter-wide lightfield display and realtime processor.  Contract award is anticipated within 60 days.

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June 28, 2017

Phase I SBIR Award for Holographic Lightfield Display Proposal

Holochip was notified that it has been selected for the award of a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for its proposal, “A Holographic and Light-field Processor for Extreme Multi-View Displays”. The objective of this topic (SBIR Topic No. N171-076) is the development of a Light-field Processing Unit (LfPU) for AEGIS Display Systems that reduce the Size, Weight and Power and Cost (SWaP-C) of real-time synthetic light-field generation. Holochip's approach is to refine its proprietary LfPU architecture in order to provide faster display update rates as well as reductions in render latency, lag, SWaP-C of the computer cluster, number of computation components and requirements for long-term maintenance and support.  Phase I will establish the feasibility and technical merit of the proposed solution through modeling of the 3D real-time visualization refresh rates as compared with current 2D real-time visualization refresh rates.  Contract award is anticipated within 60 days.

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