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Holograms are on the horizon thanks to Light Field Lab

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Light Field Lab, Inc. will use $7 million in seed money to fund a prototype of it revolutionary light field display systems, enabling real holographic objects to appear as if they are floating in space without the aid of accessories or head-mounted gear, a company developing holographic display technologies.

"Light Field Lab has the potential to change the way we view and interact with media," said Vinod Khosla, Founder, Khosla Ventures. "This is essentially the holy grail of optical display technology, enabling things that seem like science fiction to be possible today. We are thrilled to be in on the ground floor with the team, and look forward to helping evolve this exciting technology."

The advancement will be initially funded by a $7 million seed round led by Khosla Ventures and Sherpa Capital with participation from R7 Partners, the company announced Thursday, Jan. 25.

"Projecting holograms is just the beginning," said Jon Karafin, CEO, Light Field Lab. "We are building the core modules to enable a real-world Holodeck. The strategic guidance offered by our investors is critical to enable these breakthrough technologies."

Light Field Lab will bring real-world holographic experiences to professional and consumer markets with an end-to-end system, which will ultimately include modular holographic video walls with up to hundreds of gigapixels of resolution.

The company will initially target large format location-based entertainment venues, and will ultimately bring a version of its holographic technologies to consumers.


About Light Field Lab, Inc.
Light Field Lab is building the world's most innovative holographic ecosystem. The company was founded in 2017 by Jon Karafin, Brendan Bevensee, and Ed Ibe, with the single mission to enable a holographic future by building upon the founders' collective expertise of light field technology innovation. Based in San Jose, CA, Light Field Lab is backed by top-tier venture firms including Khosla Ventures.

For more information about Light Field Lab's Alpha Launch Program, or questions about investment or career opportunities, please visitwww.lightfieldlab.com.

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