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400-Seats Holographic Theater Opens in Japan

A permanent theater devoted exclusively to 3D CG imagery will open this spring in Yokohama, Japan.

The 400 seats theater will be housed in a one-story building where the audience can enjoy stereoscopic images without having to wear 3D glasses because the CG imagery will be projected on stage. Details of the exact technology used are not available yet. The theater is expected to host shows exclusively using computer-generated imagery, and will be available for music concerts, theatrical plays, game events and other programs.

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Magic Leap Secrets are Leaking...

As we already announced last year (read here) Magic Leap is on its way to revolutionize the mobile display industry. Google was excited enough in Magic Leap to invest over a half billoin USD on it - and to put his own R&D boss at the helm. 

Recent patents issued by the Florida based company boss Rony Abovitz reveal some interesting details about the secretive technology behind Magic Leap. We already know that Magic Leap glasses will project 3D stereoscopic images directly on your retina with super-tiny fiber optics projectors. Now , we have some patent images of the future device.

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Is "Help Me Obi" the First 360° Holograhic Video Display?

 "Help Me Obi" is not holographic, but this artwork has broken into the third dimension big time, showing moving images that can be viewed from any direction, looking exactly the same no matter where you stand.

The artwork is the creation of Scotland-based artists Chris Helson and Sarah Jackets, who have been working on the project for about eight years. Video Presentation here under.

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Takee, The First 3D Holographic Phone

The Takee Estar stereoscopic smartphone was launched this July 17, 2014 in China. Its head tracking capability combined with a dual-lens 3D back camera gives it the right to be named "First Holographic Phone" by its makers... Video presentation here under.

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"Compressive Light Field Projection" May Lead to Glasses-free 3D Cinema

Researchers at the MIT Media Lab, Camera Culture Group (MA, USA) demonstrated their latest toy: a Compressive Light Field Projection system. "Compressive Light Field Projection" is the grand-grandson of the cyclostereoscope that was tried in France before WWII.

The new system combines one or more high resolution light field projectors with a passive angle-expanding retroprojection screen to create a large number of slightly shifted views and to project them directly into the viewer's eyes. 

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