Hypervsn unleashes your inner Tony Stark with holographic images at CES 2019
Behind me is a cool holographic image that's made possible by four spinning rays.
This is called the HYPERVSN, specifically, this one's the HYPERVSN Solo.
And yeah, I'm a little hesitant to touch it because the image is really cool, it can project sort of a 3D shape.
But it's doing that With these rays spinning very, very fast.
So in addition to the Hypervsn Solo, the company also offers a Hypervsn Wall, which allows you to put multiples together to make a giant image, which could be used for all kinds of retails' display Which is the intended use for thing mostly.
Unless you really wanna show off.
This is a 56 centimeter unit, the company also offers a 75 centimeter version of the Hypervision Solo, which is brand new to C-E-S this year.
Also new is a 3D studio which allows you to take your 2D content and make it 3D, so it looks even better on the holographic image.
So yeah it looks cool and it makes some really neat images, but what's the pont.
Well the company really wants to get into gaming and interactivity and with motion sensors they can sort of do that.
You can pull your arm and have it act like a slot machine so that it [UNKNOWN] into action and hopefully you get those free chairs So if you're interested in showing off with holographic images, this one behind me costs $1500.
They're coming up again with a bigger one but they haven't specified the price for that one yet.
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