A Real Application of Holographic Projection Debuts at CES
A company called Light Blue Optics was at CES showing some cool holographic applications – real-world applications. HLP, or Holographic Laser Projection, is a totally new projection technology that allows for in-focus all the time, images that can be projected on any surface.
OK, now that you’ve seen their technology, check out the applications they had at CES (our favorite is projected menus on table surfaces in restaurants): http://lightblueoptics.com/products/light-touch/
This is a very cool technology that WILL have an impact on the high-end CE market, soon! Get familiar with them!
Their contact information is: http://lightblueoptics.com/about-us/
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