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Holograms come to life with this personal volumetric display

Holograms come to life with this personal volumetric display

Holograms come to life with this personal volumetric display
Gameplay can be seen from the front and rear of the display.

Volume is a new kind of 3D display.

It was created by Looking Glass, a company based in Brooklyn and Hong Kong. The volumetric display uses a projector and a series of transparent slices to create images in three-dimensional space, a technology Looking Glass calls “lightfolding.”

It’s currently being shown off at Fridman Gallery in New York City, in a show featuring various artists.

Looking Glass plans to offer pre-orders of a consumer device in September 2016.

This 3D Etch A Sketch lets you draw in 3D space. It can even send your finished masterpiece to a 3D printer!
This 3D Etch A Sketch lets you draw in 3D space. It can even send your finished masterpiece to a 3D printer!  
Using a volumetric camera like a Kinect, a live video feed can be recreated on the Volume display.
Using a volumetric camera like a Kinect, a live video feed can be recreated on the Volume display.  
"Dreaming of Sushi" is a creation by artist Jeff Chang.
“Dreaming of Sushi” is a creation by artist Jeff Chang.  
The red panda catches fish.
The red panda catches fish.  
The panda's catch is fed into a conveyer belt!
The panda’s catch is fed into a conveyer belt!  

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