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I think we can safely say that the sci-fi hologram is a long way off, and may never happen. On the other hand, volumetric displays may happen in our life times. There are still technical obstacles to overcome, not to mention being able to manufacture them at a price that people will pay. In the meantime, other illusionary 3D displays, such as lenticular video may become popular, offering a 3D experience without cumbersome glasses.

This is the end of this article, I hope that you enjoyed reading it. You can send any comments to me at DaveW111@hotmail.com.


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