This Lamp Tracks Head Movements To Project Holographic Images

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This lamp projects holograms without any 3D glasses. Its called the HoloLamp. How does it work? Sensors track the viewer's head movement and the projection changes to match what the viewer expects to see. This creates a 3D illusion because it tracks head movement. Only one person can view the illusion at a time and the projector can interact with real objects. The company says it can be used for gaming, museums, and smart homes. HoloLamp will be available for pre-order soon.

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