Holocube holographic display finally bringing 3D displays to public markets

Feb 6, 2008

This could be the first 3D display that will be remotely affordable for the general public. It has a 20-inch viewing space (its hard to call it a screen since that’s exactly what it’s lacking).

Along with the 20-inch screen, it has a 40GB HDD that up to 18 hours of compressed video can be stored on. The display can show up to 1080i content in a 3D space.

For those of you familiar with the TV show Bones, I don’t think this is quite on par with that system, but for something that’s clearly designed for the home user, it’s a step in the right direction. No word on price, but I definitely recommend watching the video.

[via PCLaunches]

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