Titled the Warp Pod, this small screen on this video displays an animated hologram of a woman. To my surprise, the user interacted with the virtual woman. It reminded me of when R2D2 showed the 3-D image of Princess Lea.
Note that the discovery comes to us from Youtube, and there are no product links. So it's almost certainly a fake. But it makes for a good daydream / insight into the future.
If you want to see some real uses of 3D and holographs, check out the following:
Handheld 3-D Hologram Machine
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Fake, But Lets Call it Today's Daydream
- By: Alex CovertJul 25, 2007