HoloKit enables Mixed Reality through a simple and smart DIY Cardboard Kit (HeadKit) with everyone's smart phone + open source HoloKit software (TrackKit).
HoloKit has 90 degree field of view and super sharp optics quality. Not only it supports wide range of bluetooth devices to interact but also supports multiple players to share holograms.
We open source our ingenious headset design and our cutting-edge inside-out tracking software to enable everyone in the world to have accessibility to great mixed reality experience.
HoloKit will be released on June 6, 2017 on AR in Actions (arinaction.org). HoloKit's source code will be available on github.com. Track Kit SDKs and Head Kit design will be included in the open source project.
Creative & Technical Director : Botao Hu @ AG Co-director: Fengyuan Zhu HeadKit - Headset Design: Fengyuan Zhu @ NYU, Yiming Deng TrackKit - Inside-out Tracking: Peiliang Li @ HKUST, Tong Qin @ HKUST Advisor: Shaojie Shen @ HKUST Advisor: Ken Perlin @ NYU
Art and Branding Advisor: Yiying Lu HeadKit Prototyping Lab: China Smart, Ltd. TrackKit SDK: Wander Liu, Zhenfei Yang @ HKUST, Kejie Qiu @ HKUST Demonstration Developper: Wenbo Lan @ NYU, Zhenyi He @ NYU Hologram Model Provider: Owlii, Ltd. Talent Sourcer: Yu Lao Video Director: Paul Trillo Video Producer: Brian Streem
Partnerships & Contacts
The nature of HoloKit is open source and free gift to the world.
We are looking for partnership for HoloKit: media, manufacturer, content provider, robotics expert, app developper, artists, museum who would like to spread this idea to the world.