As imaging technology has gotten more and more sophisticated over the years, we have also started observing some new developments in personal entertainment.
A majority of these new developments have come in the field of virtual and augmented reality, with an increasing number of devices focused on providing a larger than life experience to the public.
The problem however with most systems like this comes due to the fact that they require sophisticated and expensive equipment to view and create content.
While virtual reality equipment has seen a drop in price and complexity, augmented reality still has a long way to go. This truth holds the same for holograms, a type of augmented reality technology.
To make this type of viewing experience more feasible and easy to use, a company called HoloVit has just introduced a one of a kind personal holography system.
This system processes pre-recorded content played on any regular smartphone/tablet or Laptop/TV, through transparent screen in order to display a hologram of it.
By doing so, it removes the need for complicated equipment like dedicated projectors. While this setup may not look the same as a special projector, but with the right settings it can be quite convincing.
When it comes to actually playing content on the system, you can either use one of the many videos already processed for the system, or create your own with the help of the modular recording set that comes with the system.
As you can see, this is a great system to check out if you want to known more about the holographic experience. So if you want to get one for yourself, you can go to the HoloVit Kickstarter Page and book one for just $79.