It’s Not Quite Holograms, But Getting There: the L3D Cube

It’s Not Quite Holograms, But Getting There: the L3D Cube

A new product from a Brooklyn company that specializes in physical 3D visualizations is the Pong of holograms

Brady Dale
  • 7 january 2015

Consumer applications of holograms are still a long way off. In fact, even the Tupac hologram at Coachella 2012 wasn’t a true hologram. Still, clever makers are coming up with workarounds, and one team in Brooklyn may have brought the world of true, 3D images to the Pong level. You be the judge.

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