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Video: LM3Labs' AirStrike interactive holograms, because they can

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
April 22, 2008
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We're not sure why they did it, but LM3Labs have a developed an interactive, gesture-controlled hologram technology called AirStrike. Presumably, the technology can be applied to advertising or as an event novelty. We imagine this is about as close to a God Complex as any of us non-surgeons will ever get. See what we mean in the video after the break.

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