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In-Air Projectors - projects into mid-air.

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Dankeech, Oct 13, 2005.

  1. Dankeech

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    George Lucas showed this working on a R2D2 unit in the original star wars movie, and that was 28 years ago. ;) :D

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    lol. that was a galaxy far far away though. Only just come out here.

    The product's not a joke though. It is real. It's not that good as it realies on ionisation of air I think etc and the picture is a bit wavy, but pretty impressive nonetheless. there's video of it in action on the site and the image does wobble more than a little bit.

    You have to enquire for price though. No price listed. Suspect costs a fortune.

    be interested to see what 2nd generation is like.
     
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    I'll think you'll find that InterComet were quoting a delivery within 28 working light years, the returns policy is a bugger though
     
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    The price is on the site. $18,000 for the 22 inch one, and $28,000 for the 40 inch one :eek:
     
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    Not insane price I thought it might be, but the video clips certainly show it's weaknesses

    Think I'll stick to the 28" budget Philips than splash out on it though :)

    Apparently there was a recent technology show in japan, which had a mid-air hologram of some sort. Think it was lasers on this method and was pretty small.

    Looked better quality though
     

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