Everyone loves a hologram and this is grabbing a lot of attention at CES 2018.
It's from a company called Kino-mo and it's called the hypervision wall.
It's made up of multiple modulate units that kind of look like propellers Which is apt, given how they work.
Each of the arms on the module have programmable LEDs.
And the units processor sends signals to each of those LEDs and tells them where it needs to turn on.
So the whole device spins.
And your eye perceives this light as a hologram.
When you put a bunch of this units together.
You can make holographic images up to 3 meters in size.
Now, each of these units is expensive.
They cost $3,200, so it's definitely something designed for retail, sports venues, and commercial displays.
It doesn't take up much power, either, with each unit using around 65 watts.
I have to say it looks a lot more impressive to the human eye when you watch it in person compared to seeing it on a screen captured by a camera.
But hopefully it gives you some idea of what is wowing the crowds at CES this year.
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