Microsoft demos an all-new holographic computing platform that combines a wire-free VR headset with 3D software.
Microsoft's wire-free VR headset and software shows holograms all around you.
The good news is, long after we leave this Earth, when our bones turn to dust and future generations ruminate on who we were and what we stood for, their histories will agree we lived in a golden age of geek cinema. The bad news is, you pretty much don't have any free weekends until 2020. Sorry about that.
On today's show, we geek out over Marvel's official plans for the third act of its cinematic universe, and check out new tech that includes a holographic keyboard with haptic feedback and a 3D printer that's been converted into a tattoo machine.
OTOY revealed holographic video technology that looks just like peering through a window, and Ashley and Mike decide they can't wait for their new holodecks to be installed. How would you like to see holographic technology applied in your everyday life?
On today's show, holographic video gets closer to commercial use, the creators of Siri unveil a new AI named "Viv," and an astronaut in space pilots a rover on Earth.
As if chocolate wasn't good enough already, a Swiss company has figured out a way to decorate it with additive-free holograms.
It's not the first iPhone 6 concept, or even the first holographic phone concept. But it is the first time we've seen both ideas combined into one, and the result is causing serious drool-induced dehydration.
Calling Microsoft's new immersive technology "holographic" isn't so much about what it does, but about what it feels like.
Microsoft introduces a holographic system baked into Windows 10, along with more mundane features such as universal applications and Cortana as a personal assistant.