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Verizon wants holograms in living rooms within the decade

Posted in Verizon by Conner Flynn on August 25th, 2010

Verizon thinks that 3D television is already so last year. The have bigger fish to fry. Like concentrating on putting holograms in our homes. Cisco is predicting that within a decade, holograms over IP will be the big hot thing. Verizon is on it.

The big V has already been experimenting with the technology over its FiOS network, with CIO Officer Shaygan Kheradpir testing a 1Gbps link in his home. It will take quite a long time to make the technology common, in all of our homes, but one day we will be ‘grammin each other left and right, like Vader and Palpatine.

Holocube 3D Projection Box won’t let you talk to Darth Vader

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on November 28th, 2008

Holocube 3D Projection Box won’t let you talk to Darth VaderNow you can enjoy 3D imaging right on your desk with this interesting holographic display ‘Holocube 3D Projection Box’. It sports an integrated HDD that stores video and uses it to create 3D Holograms at a resolution of 1080i. It won’t produce a Princess in trouble, telling you that you are her only hope. Nor will it let you talk to your Sith lord or Sith apprentice in real time.

But it is pretty awesome. It’s available in 10-inch, 15-inch, or 17-inch models, with a 40GB hard drive. The Holocube can store up to 18-hours of compressed video at 4Mb/s on its 40GB hard drive, which can then be converted into a 3D hologram. You also get an optional floor stand for easy transportation.