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You will be amazed at the simplicity of this mechanism and its practicality

Use your smartphone to project 3D holographic images and videos without any modification or 3D goggles

Be mystified by images and videos popping over your smartphone!!

All this from a piece of clear plastic sheet

Step 1: Materials

  • All you need is a sheet of Clear Plastic Sheet. You can use the ones used for packing toys and stuff or even an OHP Sheet
  • A pair of scissors
  • Marker Pen
  • Clear cello-tape.
<p>Amazing! =)</p>
Good sir, do you have any YouTube links to use with this 3D holographic art?
<p>hai</p><p>Simply because a company media / press release dept - nothing against arts - but of arts people where they SAY its holographic as its that nice nice buzz word - and company with management want the advance position </p><p>Dennis Gabor - not even difficult to look it up - google holography - close enough where GB patent . MIT HAVE DONE YEARS OF RESEARCH - </p><p>Had that question in Crown Court (1990 ) - the device - they wanted a holographic system - which it was not - but did not state that there was not a holographic system &quot;&quot;around&quot;&quot; ( being investigated ) </p><p>Media people really should check the facts - as all scientists / engineers / mathematics required to do </p>
<p>Just so you know... What you've made here produces a stereogram. There's nothing holographic about the process. Holography is an interference process from laser light. </p>
<p>It's not a stereogram. The image you are seeing from each eye is the same. It's just a reflection. Since the reflective surface is at 45 degrees to the phone screen, the reflection appears at 90 degrees (upright). </p>
<p>Yep, the Instructables email called this a &quot;holographic 3D projection pyramid&quot; even though it is neither holographic, nor 3D, nor a projection.</p><p>It is, however, a pyramid. :)</p>
<p>If that's not a projection, what is it?</p>
<p>It's a reflection.</p>
<p>And what if not a reflection is a projection then?</p>
<p>A projection is a strong focused image on a scattering surface (like a movie screen). The image produced is two-dimensional, at the location of the surface, and may be viewed pretty much the same from many angles (just like a painting on the surface). A reflection is a virtual image created by a smooth (non-scattering) surface like a mirror. The virtual image is three-dimensional, located behind the surface, and provides a different view depending on where you're looking at it from. They are not at all the same thing, except that they both involve light and a surface I guess.</p>
<p>They are physically the same thing. Scattering is a form of reflection, governed by the same laws of wave propagation described by the Huygens-Fresnel principle, which states that each point of a wave front that reaches a boundary layer (at which the refractive index suddenly changes) can be seen as a point source of a spherical wave. </p><p>Thus the resulting wave is the integral of all the spherical waves. </p>
<p>OK, enough. If you can't tell the difference between a movie screen and a mirror, or insist on using the same words for both, then we can have no useful communication with you.</p>
<p>Nope... it's not even a pyramid! My Android phone tells me it's a 'frustum'. (A truncated pyramid). :o)</p>
<p>Good point! (And of course, it's still a cool little project!)</p>
<p>You're right to say it's not holography. This is Pepper's ghost.</p><p>Unfortunately, more and more people misuse the term holography for things at billion of light years of real holography.</p>
<p>Thank you for the great instructions and pictures, especially the diagrams showing how to lay it out on a grid and the link to template. On your grid, it looks like 1/2 cm squares, so isn't the height of the pyramid 3.25 cm instead of 3.5 cm? I imagine that might distort the image... ?</p>
<p>I did it!! so cool!</p><p>next level: teach us how to make those videos by ourselves... :)</p>
<p>I made one in free time after lunch :D</p>
<p>I made it! </p><p>This project is easy and the final product is very useful.</p>
<p>Easy to do and beautyful.</p><p>Thanks a lot.</p>
<p>Wow this is so cool! I'll have to give it a go!</p>
<p>I am so glad that your measurements are in cm.</p><p>member of </p><p>http://www.us-metric.org/</p>
That was, WOW! I need to do that!
<p>Nah, made a poor one and bought new from Amazon. Have to admit that this is FUN :) Making my own videos!</p>
fun and simple!
<p>Play your mobile videos in 4 sides( Hologram 3D) and Capture Hologram images (Holo Camera) by using &quot;Holo Play Android App&quot;.</p><p>https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.holo.play.video</p>
made it!
<p>Had fun with this! Took the PDF and used my Silhouette to cut out the plastic.</p>
<p>Cool</p>
<p>made it pretty cool</p>
<p>i made it with glass hehehe it is so easy</p>
<p>i made it Yepppyyyyyyyyyy can check it out <a href="https://www.facebook.com/ayyanism/videos/1644276809187480/?__mref=message" rel="nofollow">https://www.facebook.com/ayyanism/videos/1644276809187480/</a></p>
<p>how can we create our own video ?? any ideas for creating this type of videos or pictures for hologram effects?? </p>
<p>I'm about to make a tutorial on how to do this... From filming and then to editing/compositing the image in Premiere Pro, Photoshop or Final Cut Pro. You will be able to find it here https://www.skillshare.com/benhalsall/teaching - pretty soon.</p>
<p>Good comments received from colleagues and family !!</p><p>Excellent result !! ThankYou !!!</p>
<p>nice work</p>
<p>Amazing :)</p>
its awesome !!! from india. any more ideas ?
Yeah true! also from india
<p>do i need an app for this?</p>
Thanks mate. It took me just 20 mins
<p>hmm. what if instead of the same pictures, i'll use 4 different pictures from different angles, for example my head. different pictures from different angles (front, back and sides). would that work fine? and will making it 8 sides instead of 4 work also?</p>
<p>here you go guys:</p><p>Tried making an 8-sided pyramid based from the usual 4-sided pyramids. Attached blockers so that only one side can be seen at a time.</p><p><iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="281" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/NsGOpmdfH9U" width="500"></iframe><br><br></p>
awesome stuff dude, BT why did u add blockers? could u show one with blockers and one without so that we could see what issues we get
<p>without blockers, you would see projections from other sides</p>
have you tried it? if you have/do let me know how it turns out<br>
That's sounds awesome! If you try it you should post the results!

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