Augmented reality (AR) is becoming more widespread and accepted by consumers as an immersive entertainment solution that is truly futuristic, so the Realfiction 'DeepFrame' has been unveiled at CES 2018 to identify what can be done to push things forward into new territory.
AR traditionally requires a headset or smartphone, but the 'DeepFrame' screen works by reflecting a display to bring digital elements into the real world without the need for projectors or goggles. This makes it applicable for educational and business purposes to enable visitors to enjoy the content without having to do anything but take a moment to enjoy what's being displayed.
The Realfiction 'DeepFrame' is actually tech-free and can be used with a wide array of displays including 4K and 8K options.
The Realfiction 'DeepFrame' Debuted Impressive Capabilities at CES 2018
Michael Hemsworth — January 13, 2018 — Tech
References: realfiction & homecrux