The future of tech is changing thanks to devices like this holographic display prototype created by startup 'Leia.'
As of now, the displays are created with a 2.2 inch screen as well as one that is slightly larger at 5.5 inches. The screens show images that appear to be 3D and have been designed for use in cars. The unique interface will soon be available for mass production and does not require the use of special eyewear like most other holographic devices do. The holographic display prototypes can sense fingers, allowing users to manipulate virtual objects. In the future, the company plans to provide tactile feedback so that users are able to truly feel the virtual holographic forms that they can see.
These displays will be available by the end of 2017, ensuring that the use of holographic technology is accessible to the general population.
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