IntroductionRead the following article to understand the nature and history of holograms. What are holograms? (article opens on new page)
1. What uses do you think this kind of technology could have? Make a short list.
2. Watch the video and compare the ideas with your own.
- Answer to 2.
Sharing Information – In the video: Video call, images and virtual model.
Gaming – In the video: World of Minecraft
Instruction – In the video: PlumbingExploration – In the video: Analysing a planetary surface
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3. Read the transcript and decide which words could replace the words in bold.
Watch the video again to check and write the words in the spaces below.
Look around.1. (aspect) 2. (enables) 3. (beyond) 4. (blended) 5. (visualise) 6. (fuel) 7. (images) 8. (immersive) 9. (tighten) 10. (create)
Technology is all around us.
We use it in every part (1) of our lives.
It allows (2) us to do amazing things.
But what if we could go further?
What if we could go outside (3) the screen, where your digital world is mixed (4) with your real world?
Now we can.
This is the world with holograms.
What will they enable us to do?
New ways to see (5) our work.
“I have an idea for the petrol (6) tank.”
New ways to share ideas with each other.
“How are things going your end?”
“I just put the pictures (7) in One Drive.”
More involving (8) ways to play.
New ways to teach and learn.
“So put the new trap in the place of the old one.”
“Then turn (9) here and here.”
New ways to collaborate and explore the places we've never been.
“Look at this formation.”
“Let's take a closer look.”
And new ways to make (10) the things we imagine.
Because when you change the way you see the world, you can change the world you see.
This is Microsoft HoloLens.