Holocube holographic display finally bringing 3D displays to public markets

James Allan Brady - Feb 6, 2008, 12:02pm CST

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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