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.