Sony has patented its own holographic display, which will adapt to the user.
According to LetsGoDigital, Sony InteractiveEntertainment has applied for a holographic screen patent at the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office). The document says that the new holographic display works autonomously and will not force the user to wear 3D glasses.
To create a holographic effect, Sonyuses a light emitter and micromirrors, which can change the angle to reflect light. The emitted light is modulated in such a way as to create a 3D effect for the observer. The patent says that the mirrors will move according to the instructions of the microcontroller, which is paired with eye tracking technology.
Sensors are also built into the device that determine the number of viewers, the user's distance from the screen, and the brightness level of the lighting.
Sensors will monitor the player and adjustimage under his position. So the user does not have to sit still and look only straight. In addition, the patent says that for each viewer, the device can project a different image format. For example, one user can receive a 3D image, and another 2D.
Moreover, the patent says that the display will be compatible not only with the PlayStation, but also with Microsoft, Nintendo consoles, as well as manufacturers of VR devices, televisions and other electronics.