A tech. review.
If you’re looking to give your home a new sci-fi twist, you might not have to look too far off into the future. A new innovative gadget called the Holocube HC tablet holds the power to transform your iPad into a holographic projector.
The tablet’s transparent synthetic mirror has a solid hinge at a 45-degree angle that captures moving media on the screen and projects it into the air. The device also contains aluminum fingerprint-resistant housing.
Allowing users to turn 2-D images into a 3-D experience, the device could, for the first time, make holographic technology available for home and family use.
Thinking about hosting a digital board game night or adding an animated character to a party? The device, which allows viewers to see any content from four different viewing angles, would help play out those scenarios and many others.
H+ Technology, the company behind Holocube, will launch its Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign on March 18, 2015, with hopes to raise $100,000 to help get this technology off the ground. A price for the Holocube Tablet has not yet been revealed, but participants in the Kickstarter round could snag one for around $500.
The company said in a press release that they hope to “create an entirely new way for us to experience content in ways we thought was only possible in sci-fi movies.”