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3D technology has come a long way since the introduction of the process by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1838. He described the process as stereopsis, which according to Oxford Dictionaries, is “the perception of depth produced by the reception in the brain of visual stimuli from both eyes in combination.” In simple terms, it allows you to see some really cool stuff in an even more exciting way. I mean come on, we all know watching Avatar that isn’t 3D just doesn’t do the film any justice.

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Holus has turned the 3D experience into something else. The Holus Interactive Tabletop Holographic Display is a platform that converts any content from your smartphones, laptops or home computers. You can play a board game, explore the universe, watch a game, from four different angles. Look for game night and movie night to make a comeback because Holus aims to create a ’social campire.’ That means instead of isolating and consuming yourself to your smartphones and tablets, Holus is designed with the intention for people to come together.

Be on the watch as Holus looks to enters homes this summer.

Story By: Amanda Del Mar
Images By: Hplustech