It would seem that possibility of actual holograms just got a little bit closer thanks to a Kickstarter Project that turns any tablet or smartphone into a hologram projector.
There are already toys on the market than can “project” a physical object as if it were a hologram using mirrors, but Holho goes one step further, being able to project moving holograms as well.
The device comes in various shapes and sizes, one example being a small-pyramid shaped device that sits above or below your tablet to display the hologram in action. Others include three- and four-sided pyramids, as well as devices with names like the Holho Naked, and Holho Zed.
A Holho Full Pyramid for tablets starts at the $47 pledge level for a 7-inch version, while a smartphone version costs $33. Imagination Farm USA, the Holho creators, are also offering an app that can take videos and divide them up in a way that will work with the pyramid devices – a feature that costs $20. Otherwise, you have to buy videos seperately, which costs $10 for every two you buy.
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