R & D Projects

European Training Network on Full Parallax Imaging -

Duration: 01-10-2015 / 30-09-2019


Participant role
Participant name
AB Tampere University of Technology FIN
AB Mid Sweden University SWE
AB University of Valencia ESP
AB Newcastle University UK
AB Christian-Albrecht-University Kiel DE
NAB Fraunhofer IIS DE
NAB Holografika HU
NAB Raytrix GmbH DE
PO Yleisradio Oy FI
PO New Factory Ltd. (Hermia Group / Innovaatio Oy Uusi Tehdas) FI
PO Nanyang Technological University SGP
PO RealEyes GmbH DE
PO Centre for Genomic Regulation ESP
PO Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH DE
PO Exact Innovation DE
PO Pázmány Péter Catholic University HU

AB: Academic Beneficiary
NAB: Non-Academic Beneficiary
PO: Partner Organization



Research-wise, the project aims at studying the phenomena of lightfield formation, propagation and perception in order to develop future imaging devices, which recreate the visual world realistically. Different disciplines deal with these phenomena.
Physics and optics look at light as either wave or ray phenomenon and study its propagation and diffraction effects therein.
Computer graphics deals with properties of materials, lighting conditions and corresponding ray rendering.
Computer vision studies object recognition, scene analysis and interpretation.
Visual neuroscience studies how these tasks are achieved by the human visual system and builds computational models to describe and quantify how our vision works.

Naturally, different fields of science approach relevant problems using different concepts and terminology. The network combines five underlying fundamental areas for training and research, namely visual neuroscience, visual computing, signal and data processing, optics and management of innovation. On top of them we build a research program organized in three research WPs, where the individual projects are integrated in order to address the challenges in FPI. It is complemented by a comprehensive training program, and a wide set of dissemination and outreach activities.




 Projects General
The company won important national and EU grants that allowed to accelerate the R&D work to create the next generation high-resolution monitor type display and a wall-size 3D projector system. Holografika`s research team has actively been involved in the continuous development of the theory and practice of real-time holographic displays. Along with the technologies used in the successive 3D display generations the company has started to develop related 3D technologies, like 3D acquisition, 3D compression and possible 3D formats.

Links and Information
  • H2020 Projects
Mid Sweden University


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