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Entertainment Technology: Holographic TV
Transcript of Entertainment Technology: Holographic TV
(F-Tech) Holographic TV On January of 2011, MIT made a holographic TV that goes about 15 frames per second, which is about half of that of our eyes. The First Attempt Manufacturers of TV's and laptops said that the holographic TV is expected to project into the middle of the room as a 'cloud' and can be viewed from all angles without special glasses. This TV is said to be in stores in 2012. Holographic TV to be Soon The HOLO 2.0 is a holographic projector that you wear on your wrist. It functions by creating a holographic display, instead of using a monitor. Portable Holographic Display The Dew wearable cellphone is the first projected holographic phone. Displaying 3D images, this device allows all your friends to see whats on your mind. First Holo-TV...
Now Holographic Phones Yoichi Wada, president of Japanese gaming giant Square Enix said that the 'future' of gaming could be consoles that project holograms into the front room. Holographic Video Games The holographic keyboard is probably the first up coming holographic device, and could be the start to the future of a virtual computer. Holographic Keyboard nbcnews.com
google.com References: Holographic Messages Intro: Google defines a hologram as: "A three-dimensional image formed by the interference of light beams from a laser or other coherent light source."