Augmented Reality Holodeck: How to Create a Holographic Projection in a Color Room

In this article, I will present the evolution of an Augmented Reality hologram technology that allows the generation of holographic displays and holographic items on mobile phones. Through the testing of this technology, there were two ways to test the software; namely, testing in a black and white room and testing in a color room. While the black and white test gave the developers more freedom with the content, the color test allowed them to display a higher number of colors without the risk of over saturation.

augmented reality hologram

In this paper, we are going to examine the color room test as opposed to the black and white test. In the color room test, it is important to understand what the screen is showing us. In a color room, the display is composed of three primary colors and an accent color. When we are dealing with the black and white test, the display is composed of only the primary and the accent colors.

In the black and white test, it is easy to see the differences between the red, orange and yellow screens. As the accent color becomes stronger, the other colors begin to appear washed out. On the other hand, in a color room, you are able to observe the intensity and the difference between the primary and the accent colors.

In our first testing in a black and white room, we were able to create a hologram that showed the red, orange, and yellow screens on the left and the blue screen on the right. In this test, it was easy to observe the differences between the red, orange, and yellow screens. When we were dealing with the color room test, we were able to create a hologram that showed the red, orange, and yellow screens on both sides of the screen.

In the next test in this test, we were able to create a hologram that showed the red, orange, and yellow screens on both sides of the screen. Now that we were able to create a hologram that displayed these different colors on two sides of the screen, it was easier to create the hologram that displayed the blue screen.

In this final test, in order for the hologram to show the blue screen, we wanted to use the color wheel as well as the red and green wheel. The problem with using the color wheel was that it was not possible to see the red and green side simultaneously because it was not possible to see the background colors at the same time. On the other hand, when we used the red and green wheel, it was easy to see the red and green side simultaneously.

In our final testing in a room color test, we created a hologram that showed the red, orange, and yellow screens on both sides of the screen, and then added an accent color in the middle. This accent color made the blue screen disappear by making the two background colors match up. Once we created the hologram that displayed the blue screen, it was easy to create a hologram that displayed the red and green side of the background. Once the hologram was complete, it was easy to create a hologram that displayed both the red and green side of the background.

In conclusion, for this test, it is important to understand how a hologram can be created in a color room, and how it can be created in a color room while using the hue wheel. In order for the hologram to display a hologram that is consistent across both the foreground and the background, it is necessary to use the hue wheel. In addition, in the black and white test, it is necessary to understand the differences between the two primary colors.