The Holo-Table consists of a large, flat surface with an embedded projection system. Objects are projected inside and can rise out of the surface up to a height of roughly 1 meter.
Because of its form and size, the Holo-Table is best suited for solutions that require a flat surface that can be viewed from all sides. Think of holographic images of building projects, cityscapes, and landscapes.
The holographic image can be used by two users at the same time, or by two couples, consisting of a main user and up to 3 secondary users. The latter need to be on the same side as the main user.
The Holo-Table can be connected to an external projector or monitor, allowing other participants to see the image in 2D. Alternatively, users can have a floating holographic camera which can be moved around and shows any part of the holographic image on the external screen in 2D.