We’ve all seen the holographic 3D chess scene from Star Wars. Well, it looks like we might be a step closer to having all of our wishes come true. The Holus: Tabletop Holographic Display ($850) takes any digital content from your devices, and converts it into a 3D Hologram. It can be used to play games, learning, or even for holographic teleconferences. There are two versions of Holus available – a home edition with two charging docks and a Holus Pro which includes an HDMI port and SDK tool. You can get the Holus from their Kickstarter campaign with an estimated delivery in March of 2016.
The Avegant Glyph Wearable Display ($499) is the next big deal in wearable multimedia devices. Headphones no longer need to be just for sound. Wear the Glyph’s normally for audio, and then flip them down over your eyes for an awesome multimedia experience. Two displays in the headband deliver a beautiful high definition video experience. Right ...[Read More]