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Stanford University announces work on developing AI-assisted holographic imaging for AR glasses

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  • Researchers at Stanford's Computational Imaging Lab are developing a new AI-assisted holographic imaging technology. Still in the prototype phase, this technology is devised to be thinner, lighter, and of higher quality compared to current technologies in the realm of AR glasses.

  • The technology employs "nanophotonic metasurface waveguides" and a "learned physical waveguide model” to guide light into the user's eyes through glasses. It also uses AI algorithms to significantly enhance image quality. The model claims to be automatically calibrated using camera feedback, making images appear at varying depths.

  • The research team claims that the tech's compactness is integrated into a thin stack of holographic components and can virtually fit into standard glasses frames. The team aims to break into the spatial computing market, currently dominated by large mixed reality headsets.

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