In the design I made on paper, I made it so that you have four casing boxes that look purddy
and the user is to have them placed in a shape of a square or rectangle in the desired viewing spot. Like where you would place your monitor or tv set. Each of the four casings would have a laser inside it along with the other components.
But I never knew that intersecting laser light would cause a color change. So all that you would need is four casing possibly something else and a color laser for each casing like 1=casing red, 2=casing blue, 3=casing green 4=casing yellow. Thats a good idea but I really wanted a design like mine, so that a user could have a different input source on each casing. So you could have four input devices on a holo tv at once.
I still like the idea of just fast scanning a volume cubic area without the lasers actually changing each others color interference. I wonder how blurry that would be or if at all. Maybe some distortion?
Of course it would have to be safe laser light and not the burning stuff or it would turn into a camp fire.
@Cybereality I think those types of simulated holographics are cool, but are'nt they just using projectors? I think all they are doing is making the 3rd dimension from a 3rd and fourth projector onto a screen. I know you were talking about using a fibre optic cable to transmit a 3d image to a laser too.
Will a laser actually shoot a whole image or will it only display a single light? I know its possible to get a laser to scan an area in hz too, but if you could have a laser behind a lcd shutter screen to convert and magnify the full laser light color into a cubic area then you would not need to fast scan the cubic area.
I'm not sure if you need film to get the proper real time information. I always thought you could get the information from a cpu processor and convert that information into an image processor like a lcd then pass that image to a converter to the laser and have the laser scan the area. If not then just having all the cpu image information goto the laser and have it scan the area directly. Technically if done right the laser system could be moving so fast with the other components to give a mid-air hologram even motion without the need of holofilm. If holofilm was needed I guess instead you could use a transparent lcd screen aka full color lcd shutter and have software layout the 3d pixel information guided to the lasers.