Volograms is a reality capture and volumetric video company which is a spin-out from Trinity College, Dublin. Volograms technology enables users to capture volumetric holograms (or volograms) of real people. By inserting the ‘Volograms’ into videos, people can create their own immersive Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) content for use in apps, social media and VR headsets.
Founded in 2018, Volograms, is already a market leader in volumetric video. The Company has worked on projects for customers including Samsung, The London College of Fashion and The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Other providers of volumetric video capture require a person to travel to a specialist studio (often overseas) which is typically comprised of up to 100 cameras. This approach demands a significant investment of time and money. Alternatively, Volograms’ current technology can achieve high-quality AR image and video capture using far fewer cameras and different camera setups thus reducing the cost for the creators.
Founders: Rafael Pagés, Jan Ondrej, Konstantinos Amplianitis