Welcome to the future of operational decision support and distance learning.

Most real world problems are 4 dimensional. Sensors measure real world phenomena and are often anchored by time (t) and location (x,y,z). Active holograms put sensor measurements and their abstractions in to a digitally twinned context and allow for superior inference and contextual observation.

We are tackling how to collaboratively solve and manage a class of complex, real world problems. By deploying 100’s or 1000’s of sensors in the real world (eg. IOT), monitoring and measuring real world conditions, applying Cloud-based AI, ML and analytics, then visualizing the results in near real time as a 3D active hologram, teams can understand the real world context of their operational challenge. Zoom technologies help teams to collaborate to solve those problems.

Similarly, active and static holograms solves a distance-learning problem for the physical sciences. With Zoom technologies combined with AR headsets, a professor can share a meteorological hologram, or a molecular hologram, or a human body hologram, or a mechanical design hologram with her students. Students engage with the hologram object and gain a deeper understanding of the subject matter.

One can imagine dozens of additional use cases for Zoom-enabled hologram sharing. For example, one successful use case for AR is field service and repair. Sensar’s 3D Media Presentation Server can serve up stored, static reference content in a Zoom-enabled HoloConferencing context. We just haven’t built the search and retrieval engine yet.

Sensar is at the forefront of this new mode of problem solving and learning. Zoom technologies add vital components to make them come to life.

Sensar Team

Duer Reeves

Chief Executive Officer

Greg Richardson

Chief Innovation Officer

Ralph Pruitt

Chief Embedded Officer

Rich Powers, PhD

Chief Scientific Officer

John Mickey

Chief Mechanical Engineer