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Holocube HC70 transparent display is one step closer to holograms

If you thought that holograms were just part of science fictions movies, you’re wrong, because holograms just became closer to reality and larger than ever thanks to the Holocube.

Today we have a Holocube HC70 and it’s the latest version of 70-inch transparent screen that can be viewed from both sides. However, the hardware behind this technology is 40GB of SSD for storing more than 18 hours of uncompressed videos of 4 Mb/s or eight hours of compressed video at 9 Mb/s.
Other specifications include 600cd/m2 brightness and 1080×1920 pixel resolution. Besides that, Holocube HC70 is using the Inter Dual Core 2.8 GHz processor and Windows 7 Embedded as its operating system.
As you can see, new Holocube HC70 is the largest model so far and it works pretty well. Results look impressive and although HC70 cannot produce real holograms like in science fiction movies, it still does a great job. Who knows, maybe the real hologram is closer than we think?


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