An application for a a spatially interactive computing device, could allow Apple to produce displays that project a mix of 2-D and 3-D images.
An inexpensive material bends light in a way that can create holographic images.
Peel back time to look at the ice ages in Greenland, and then jump forward to a future where robots tend vineyards and kids sled on sand dunes.
A wearable holographic computer lets you project apps onto surfaces and manipulate them with gestures.
3-D 'trixels' use mirrors and lasers to beam light directly to your eyeballs, even in bright sunlight.
Here's what we saw in 3-D projected holograms in 2014.
New and retrofitted films are already being released for the forthcoming virtual reality platform. Continue reading →
Microsoft researchers show off a prototype system that turns a room into an interactive game. Continue reading →
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