About Holochip Corporation
Holochip Corporation is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: A Full-Parallax High-brightness Large-Format Floating-Image Solid-State 3D Display. The abstract given for this project is as follows: There is an acute need for high-brightness, full-parallax, large-image, wide-FOV 3-D display systems. In order for a display system to meet the requirements of these applications, it must be: solid-state; rugged; viewable with full parallax anywhere in a 30' or greater FOV by any number of users without the need for goggles or eye tracking; high brightness, resolution and color (viewable in room- and day light; scalable in image size from handheld devices to table-tops; compact in size; and enabled with input device for easy interactivity. The aim of this program is to prove the feasibility of a 3-D display capable of meeting these requirements. The optical processor is based on Holochips patented solid-state combinatorial optical architecture and APL adaptive polymer lenses. The fast response of the adaptive lenses and low-f/# and wide aperture allows rapid z- axis scanning and a large FOV of the projected volumetric image. These and other advantages, including greatly reducing the SWaP compared to existing approaches, enable a 3-D display that is uniquely suitable for a number of applications.BENEFIT: The introduction of the first high-performance 3D display system to achieve ALL of the industrys price/performance requirements will create a multibillion dollar opportunity for growth and capture in this market. By producing the first high-performance volumetric display to meet all of the 3D industrys requirements, Holochip will have an opportunity to leverage a revolutionarily differentiated product into the 3D market, ignite new market growth and dominate the 3D display arena. The economy will stand to benefit greatly from this new market and market-segment growth with increased demand for computer peripherals, entertainment and other 3D technologies that provide a premium over flat 2D displays. Further, the growth of the 3D industry will be a benefit to all parts of the supply chain from components manufacturers to parts vendors to systems integrators to manufacturers. And, the new 3D market will be large enough to support multiple competitors at each level of the supply chain. Other industries, such as medicine, education and chemical engineering, will also stand to benefit from this growth, as the new technologies and ways of thinking will likely be spawned from a renaissance in 3D display. Potential markets for a high-performance volumetric display include: Consumer: video games, education, information display, 3D Television; Medical: data visualization, preoperative planning, radiotherapy, computer-assisted surgery, reconstructive surgery, cosmetic surgery, telepresence surgery, surgical training; Industrial: petro/geo chemical, pharmaceutical, telepresence robotics, industrial control, network visualization; CAD/CAE: virtual prototyping, computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis, design review, architecture, micro/nano design, tactile testing; Military/Government: simulation, command and control, mission planning, cockpit/cabin information, intelligence, air traffic control, UAV tasking; Computer Graphics: character design, animation, artistic, digital clay, tactile animation; and Scientific: data visualization, atmospheric, oceanography, material design & development, astronomy, energy research. Users of the technology will include parties
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Jan 3, 2024
EPA Awards $200,000 To Los Angeles Small Businesses To Advance Innovative Environmental Technologies This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing $200,000 in research funding to two Los Angeles small businesses to further develop and commercialize their environmental technologies. The funding comes through the agency’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant program. “California’s small businesses are leaders in creating innovative and practical zero waste solutions that have far-reaching benefits for communities,” said EPA Pacific Southwest Deputy Regional Administrator Cheree Peterson. “These companies’ efforts to bring their technologies to market will advance the circular economy while protecting public health and the environment.” Each year, EPA issues an SBIR solicitation for technology proposals for targeted environmental topics. The SBIR program consists of two phases of funding. The companies announced today previously received Phase I contracts of up to $100,000 for six months during the “proof of concept” of their proposed technologies. Now, for this Phase II announcement, companies are awarded up to $400,000 to further develop and commercialize their technologies. This year’s SBIR Phase II award recipients in Los Angeles are: Water Illumination Inc. (Irvine, Calif.) to develop technology using UV light to destroy PFAS in wastewater without producing harmful byproducts. Holochip Corporation (Torrance, Calif.) to develop a mobile mapping application that does not require access to GPS, Bluetooth, or Wi-Fi for users in disaster areas. “We are very excited to have received this SBIR award,” said Water Illumination CEO Xuejun Yu. “It will accelerate our company’s efforts towards commercializing a sustainable PFAS destruction technology from water that can serve the greater Los Angeles region and beyond." “We are excited to be partnering with EPA to deliver AI-based environmental mapping and localization solutions to improve the safety and efficacy of disaster response teams,” said Holochip CEO Robert Batchko. “Holochip has been supporting simulation, training, and mission success with next generation AI, SLAM, XR, and imaging solutions since 2004.” Learn more about the recipients (https://cfpub.epa.gov/ncer_abstracts/index.cfm/fuseaction/recipients.display/rfa_id/718/records_per_page/ALL). Learn more about EPA’s SBIR program (https://www.epa.gov/sbir). Learn more about the federal SBIR program (https://www.sbir.gov/). Learn more about EPA’s Pacific Southwest Region (https://www.epa.gov/pacific-southwest-media-center). Source: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Like what you are reading? Sign up for our free newsletter SIGN ME UP
Holochip Corporation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Holochip Corporation's headquarters?
Holochip Corporation's headquarters is located at 4940 W. 147th Street, Hawthorne.
What is Holochip Corporation's latest funding round?
Holochip Corporation's latest funding round is Grant.
Who are the investors of Holochip Corporation?
Investors of Holochip Corporation include U.S. Department of Defense.