Ostendo awarded $58 million from IARPA to develop high-performance holographic 3D displays

Ostendo Technologies was awarded a $58.3 million, 4-year contract from the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) to develop dynamic, high-performance, synthetic holographic 3D workstation display systems, simultaneously viewable by multiple people with the unaided eye, with very low power, no perceptual display artifacts, and no eye strain.

Ostendo’s proprietary Quantum Photonic Imager (QPI) device with its low power, very high resolution, brightness and fast response time enables a very high angular density full parallax light field display that promises to meet or exceed all the SHO program requirements. Ostendo will deliver the final prototype system to the Air Force by July 2016.

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