HALO: Holographic Assistance and Live Operations


Personal assistants are less participatory these days; you have to wake it up or press a button, such as calling "ALEXA”, every time you wish to complete a task. HALO essentially fills up the interaction gap between the user and the helper. Until recently, holographic assistants were science fiction, but with the inclusion of some interactive components, they are now a reality. Finger gestures and motion sensors are used to create an interactive holographic display. A motion sensor in this system recognizes finger actions (swiping and pinching) and transforms them into holographic picture rotation and enlargement/reduction, respectively. A user may accomplish a variety of tasks with gestures, such as changing the music by swiping. The recent growth in the field of personal assistants has prompted the development of a more user-friendly interface. HALO is a method for bridging the gap between the user and the helper. In the field of Personal Assistants, IOT (Internet of Things) is the cutting-edge technology. Displayers have a tendency to take on three dimensions. The ability to see 3D pictures without glasses is the most appealing feature of holographic 3D displays. Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks are used to customise the experience for consumers using AI and IoT, with the inclusion of Gesture sensors to increase interactivity and user experience.

Prakhar Varshney,Shilpi singh, Rashi Srivastava1,Vaibhav Madan,Mr. Mayank Deep Khare

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