Table-Top Three Dimensional Holographic Display and Wagering Control 1



Invention Summary

A gaming system that provides a wagering venue for gaming tables with a top flat surface. A processor simulates a random gaming event on a three-dimensional holographic video display system. An image is selected from the data found within the memory stored in the system, a holographic image is displayed through a transparent table top surface and a wager is resolved based on the outcome.


Market Opportunity

According to IBISWorld: Electronic Gaming Machines (EGMs), revolutionized the casino business and gambling operators. EGMs have gained ground over table games for more than a decade, as they are more profitable for the operator. Computer technology of EGMs has grown rapidly, creating better graphics, better sounds and more interactive games.


It is estimated that table games make up 15.8% of industry revenue in 2019 which includes games such as blackjack, roulette and poker.

Over the five years to 2019, industry revenue is expected to increase at an annualized rate of 3.4% to reach $22.0 billion, including expected growth of 1.0% in 2019 alone.

Features and Benefits

•       New technology applied to table games entice current and new players to experience a common game through a new perspective

•       Three-Dimensional images allows for higher quality graphics through holography, stereoscopic imaging, layered panel imaging and the like

•       Allows for the amount of players (which is limited within physical gaming table due to space) to be extended giving an advantage to the electronic version of the table games



Intellectual Property

U.S. Provisional Patent No.: 62\139,797


Patent Information:
For Information, Contact:
Zachary Miles
Associate Vice President for Technology & Partnerships
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Angel Salinas Cantu
Mark Yoseloff
Mark Litman
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