As we are all curious about the new wearable, Kipman explains how holograms come into existance:
“To create Project HoloLens’ images, light particles bounce around millions of times in the so-called light engine of the device. Then the photons enter the goggles’ two lenses, where they ricochet between layers of blue, green and red glass before they reach the back of your eye. “When you get the light to be at the exact angle,” Kipman tells me, “that’s where all the magic comes in.”
For more detailed information about the Hands-On with HoloLens and an in-depth look into Kipman’s philosophy of holographic computing read the full article!