I just put Microsoft’s new holographic glasses on my face. It’s one of the most amazing and tantalizing experiences I’ve ever had with a piece of technology.
Microsoft's biggest reveal during today's Windows 10 event was Project Hololens, a wearable visor that will insert holograms into a person's field of vision. If their hype video is to be believed, it's going to be just the thing to make Minecraft completely immersive. And completely inescapable.
As demonstrated by the sharp decline in people giving a damn over the last two years, 3D isn't quite the transcendent experience everyone wanted it to be, but with minds like Sharp's 3D expert Jonathan Mather on the case it could lead to the true revolution in entertainment: holographic 3D.
The tech behind the Xbox 360's new camera controller, Kinect, is now being used for an impressive—most impressive—new feat: to capture 3D images, stream them over the internet and display them in holographic form.
Tomorrow is the day Japan finds out if its promise of a fully holographic worldwide broadcast earns them the bid for the FIFA 2022 World Cup. Can the country possibly deliver?
Who needs flat 3D when you can have 360 degree holograms? Researchers at the University of Arizona have created a method to produce holographic images that refresh every two seconds, and say that 30 frames per second is within reach.