In June 29th, after the end of the third Global Virtual Reality Conference in Shanghai, Professor Shou-Qian Ding, the Chief Scientist of Voidsee, and Jin-Liang Li, the senior adviser of Voidsee, went to the Shanghai mid fortune studio of the world network, and received an interview with the global network "3D VR technology". At 9:30 a.m., the interview was officially started.
The opening of the host said, the four - year world cup is in full swing. There is a technology that allows fans to move from home to the football game. It is VR technology. It is now the favorite of the technology, although it is not mature, but in continuous improvement.The two professors of Voidsee, Shou-Qian Ding and Jin-Liang Li, invented a VR technology called Non-paraxial imaging, which successfully solved the problem of the vertigo of VR glasses and resounded through the big media at home and abroad.
Professor Jin-Liang Li explained to everyone that VR appeared in the 30s of last century, until 2014 when Facebook bought Oculus with us $2 billion, it attracted the attention of the whole world. VR is virtual reality, and the world seen with VR glasses is three-dimensional.The emergence of VR technology has brought great changes to the way people live and deliver. For example, people can see the animals in the zoo and attract people's interest.
Early due to technical limitations, people would feel dizzy after wearing VR glasses. After 20 years of research, Professor Ding showed that the stereoscopic display of Gauss optics (the paraxial optics) 180 years ago was not possible, and Gauss optics was only suitable for planar imaging such as microscopes, telescopes, and electron microscopes.How to get better images of three-dimensional images requires advanced optical technology, namely, Non-paraxial Optical technology, which was invented by Professor Shou-Qian Ding.
Professor Shou-Qian Ding explained to us what Non-paraxial Optical is, and that it is the theoretical basis of modern VR. VR can make the real world more stereoscopic, and let the viewer feel the difference in the VR world. As early as 2015, Professor Ding's VR glasses had been registered. Because of lack of money, they were only made of paper boxes, but also received a lot of praise. In 2017, they were recommended to take part in the ICDT conference and have been demonstrated.
Professor Ding has also made a special mention of Voidsee CEO Dr. Hui-Zhong Jia, who has promised to make this spectacle and to travel to the United States to participate in the SID exhibition in May this year. The former SID chairman, DR. L.F.Weber, after watching the invention of Professor Ding, gave a high evaluation: Quite Nice! Professor Ding has two inventions based on Non-paraxial Optical: the first is 2009's stereoscopic glasses (Ding’s 3D glasses), which are characterized by a small screen, a flat screen, a laptop, a TV or a projector, which can be viewed in a large and small screen. The second is the July 2017 dual screen high-definition stereo cinema, featuring 5K high definition and no dizziness. In fact, as early as in 2015, Professor Ding had made a prototype, regretfully that the lack of investment at that time, did not make it industrialization, if there was money to be industrialized, the whole pattern may be different.
With the consent of the two professors, the host and the on-site staff have experienced our dual screen high-definition stereoscopic glasses, all of which indicate that each frame is very clear and has a strong sense of substitution, more sense of substitution and experience than in the cinema.
Professor Ding's Non-paraxial Optical is an extension of the optical field. It is a virgin land that has not been reclaimed. It is hoped that the future will be improved on this basis, and 5G+3D/VR can fly over the wings. We want to push domestic research institutes or universities to further study Non-paraxial Optical and develop them in the academic field.There is a Chinese position in the academic field.