Amazon is about to answer Sci-Fi geeks dreams by developing a smart phone with a holographic 3-D display.
If there is something, us sci-fi geeks have been waiting for forever, it’s probably the holographic way of communicating. We’ve seen it on Sci-Fi movies and TV shows, read it on books but we were left with one question: “Is it ever possible?” Well, it seems that Amazon is going to answer our prayers as they have been reported to be developing a smart phone with a holographic 3-D display!
Amazon moves its focus from ebook readers to developing a smart phone device with a glasses-free holographic 3-D display as reported by The Wall Street Journal last Thursday.
In the Journal, the new device was described as such:
“Using retina-tracking technology, images on the smartphone would seem to float above the screen like a hologram and appear three-dimensional at all angles, [sources] said. Users may be able to navigate through content using just their eyes, two of the people said,”
It was also reported that Amazon is working on two smart phones. One is the amazing glasses free hologram 3-D display and another is a more conventional smart phone.
Amazon is reportedly aiming to release its new gadgets within the year, although it may not all be achieved due to performance and financial issues as stated by The Wall Street Journal. Despite of this, tech and sci-fi fans remain hopeful for the gadget to hit the market soon.
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