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RealFiction's Dreamoc 3D / holographic display demoed on video

Darren Murph
10.30.08
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Retailers may be having a tough time moving inventory, but they're not using a Dreamoc to advertise. RealFiction's latest blend of holographic technology, 3D imagery and mind-blowing eye candy has resulted in the device you see above. Hailed as a 3D display system designed "especially for high profile brands in a competitive retail environment," this box possesses the innate ability to "mix free-floating animation and video images with physical objects." We can only imagine how lovely this would be if removed from that chamber and utilized as a tabletop HDTV, for instance, but until the company works that idea into its product line, have a look at the current incarnation (in video, no less) after the break.

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