Segmentation: North America Volumetric Video MarketNorth America volumetric video market is segmented into two notable segments which are volumetric capture and application
- On the basis of volumetric capture, the global volumetric video market is segmented into hardware, software and services. Hardware segment is sub segmented into processing unit and camera unit. In 2019, Hardware segment is likely to grow at the highest CAGR in the forecast period of 2019 to 2026.
- In January 2015, NASA announced that it will use holographic projections from Microsoft’s HoloLens to explore Mars. It helps the scientist to just wear the HoloLens and walk on the surface of mars in form of hologram projection. HoloLens takes the direct feed of volumetric video capture from rover present on the mars and it projects the holographic image using HoloLens which is just like walking on the surface of mars.
- On basis of application, the global volumetric video market is segmented into signage and advertisement, sports events and entertainment, medical, education and training, and others.
- In 2015, Ralph Lauren used holographic projection of women models walking at the water surface. Fashion show happened in Central park Cherry Hill, New York. In which holographic models walked at the surface of the lake. It used volumetric capture of the models and projected it over the lake.
Competitive Analysis: North America Volumetric Video MarketSome of the prominent participants operating in this market are Microsoft, Intel Corporation, RealView Imaging Ltd, 8i Limited, LightSpace Technologies, Facebook, Google, The Coretec Group Inc, Voxon Photonics, Jaunt, Inc, Omnivor, Inc, Hammerhead, Unity Technologies, HypeVR Technology, OTOY Inc., Stereolabs and others. Recent Projects:
- In August 2017, Australian company Euclideon has presented a holographic model for sale, it is a multi-user table in which users will be able to interact with the data. It will be useful for the companies which have teams at remote locations and will be able to work across the same dataset.
- In May 2018, Canada based company TeleHumans 2 has developed a 3D based system which is able to project a full 360 degree view of a human without using smart mirrors or smart lens. Image is projected on the telepod which shows a 360 degree view of the object. It will improve the market of the volumetric video coverage.
Research Methodology: North America Volumetric Video MarketPrimary Respondents: Project Manager, Presidents, Engineers, Industrial Professionals. Industry Participants: CEO’s, V.P.’s, Marketing/Product Managers, Market Intelligence Managers and, National Sales Managers.