Holographs In, Zoom Out

by Louis Parks
  • Higher education embraces holographic meetings to bolster engagement.
  • Zoom lectures out, holographic learning in.
  • Could businesses do the same?
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Vikki Locke & Gary Burnett are the academic leads for the new technology (Loughborough University).
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Welcome to the holographic future of interactive learning. Universities are embracing holographic projections for meetings, could businesses follow suit?

Engaging Education: The Holographic Revolution

In higher education, a seismic shift is underway as institutions ditch the mundane for the mesmerizing, embracing holographic technology to redefine the classroom experience. Bid farewell to the monotony of Zoom lectures projected onto lifeless whiteboards. At Loughborough University, the future of learning takes shape in holographic form, captivating students with a blend of technology and imagination.

Beyond the Classroom Walls

Imagine the possibilities: Guest lecturers beaming in from distant corners of the globe, rendered in life-sized holograms that transcend the constraints of time and space. This futuristic marvel not only revolutionizes traditional teaching methods but also heralds a new era of interactive engagement.

For institutions like Loughborough, holographic technology isn't just about captivating visuals; it's a sustainable solution to logistical challenges. By eliminating the need for frequent flyer miles, holograms offer a greener alternative, fostering global connections without leaving a carbon footprint.

Prototyping the Future

In this Star Trek-esque landscape of holographic innovation, the university’s projectors are produced by Los Angeles-based company Proto, which is working to reduce the travel needs for tech giants like IBM and reshaping retail experiences for H&M.

Embracing the Holographic Renaissance in Schools and Business?

As holographic meetings become the new norm, higher education evolves, paving the way for a generation where engagement isn't just encouraged—it's holographically enhanced.

But imagine this? What if your next business meeting was like something out of a Sci-Fi flick? Or is the idea of your CEO presenting “in person” to much to contemplate? Even worse, just imagine a holographic C-suite member talking about artificial intelligence (AI ). That'd tick all the boxes.

Welcome to the holographic future of interactive learning. Universities are embracing holographic projections for meetings, could businesses follow suit?

Engaging Education: The Holographic Revolution

In higher education, a seismic shift is underway as institutions ditch the mundane for the mesmerizing, embracing holographic technology to redefine the classroom experience. Bid farewell to the monotony of Zoom lectures projected onto lifeless whiteboards. At Loughborough University, the future of learning takes shape in holographic form, captivating students with a blend of technology and imagination.

Beyond the Classroom Walls

Imagine the possibilities: Guest lecturers beaming in from distant corners of the globe, rendered in life-sized holograms that transcend the constraints of time and space. This futuristic marvel not only revolutionizes traditional teaching methods but also heralds a new era of interactive engagement.

For institutions like Loughborough, holographic technology isn't just about captivating visuals; it's a sustainable solution to logistical challenges. By eliminating the need for frequent flyer miles, holograms offer a greener alternative, fostering global connections without leaving a carbon footprint.

Prototyping the Future

In this Star Trek-esque landscape of holographic innovation, the university’s projectors are produced by Los Angeles-based company Proto, which is working to reduce the travel needs for tech giants like IBM and reshaping retail experiences for H&M.

Embracing the Holographic Renaissance in Schools and Business?

As holographic meetings become the new norm, higher education evolves, paving the way for a generation where engagement isn't just encouraged—it's holographically enhanced.

But imagine this? What if your next business meeting was like something out of a Sci-Fi flick? Or is the idea of your CEO presenting “in person” to much to contemplate? Even worse, just imagine a holographic C-suite member talking about artificial intelligence (AI ). That'd tick all the boxes.

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