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Groundbreaking Holography Station Technology [Technology]
posted November 11 2013 14:10.38 by spic0m




There are a lot of companies working on producing the first real mid-air hologram, and so far few have come close to an impressive result. The one that has been the most impressive used a dangerous technique which prevented you from ever interacting with it. But, there just might be one company that has cracked this legendary technology and that could be RealView. They recently announced they are first to present a fully working mid-air holography station.



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