Holograms are part of most Sci-Fi flicks, just like salt flavours a soup. But various recent stage events that this technology is no longer merely a vision of the future. Whether it means resurrecting Michael Jackson or projecting fictive figures as singing partners, this special eye catcher is still fascinating for many concertgoers. But how about bringing far-flung relatives into your living room in a video chat? Or projecting favourite characters from television and cinema onto your shelf? A start-up from Israel aims to make precisely this idea viable for the future.
Making holograms yourself - Screen wants to make it easy
Even if the company is still in an early phase, HoloVit is advertising a simple system that even makes it possible to produce and record one