Make your own 3D Hologram Projector by following these easy steps

The future of 3D hologram display is not impossible. We don't doubt that our Star Wars hologram fantasies will soon be a reality. It's just a matter of time before the world sees and accepts such technology as a standard. The closest tech we've seen so far is the Holus project that is currently on Kickstarter. We're still waiting for this crowdfunded project to be delivered to backers.

The future of holographic display has arrived with Holus

The future is here. These are the first words that came to my mind when I saw the Holus concept. Star Wars fans will be delighted that this could be the holoprojector they've been dreaming about. I like the idea of the holograms on Iron Man more but I never really imagined we'd see such in our lifetime. Sure, display and projector technologies are rapidly evolving and this perhaps is one of the most interactive yet. It's something that's really "achievable".

Verizon Wireless Trademarks “Hologram”

Verizon went ahead and registered the name "Hologram" for a future potential device, but what will it shape up to be? Given the futuristic name, it could represent a device with some new technologies we haven't seen yet - or simply another stereoscopic phone with dual cameras. I don't know about you, but when I think of hologram, I visualize the streamed holographic recordings R2D2 presented in Star Wars.