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  1. lance hassan
    May 17, 2013

    wow nice to see this stuff made it out of the 90s…I remember when Raytheon had spun out a company called Taliq which was trying sell it the auto industry and architects for conference rooms. Nice to see it has evolved and started finding it’s “killer applications” it was always a cool product…

  2. Locarith
    May 20, 2013

    If that transparent phone were to utilize this: (http://www.theverge.com/2013/3/20/4128808/hp-labs-developing-a-holographic-3d-display) 3D display technology, plus a robust set of spatial location sensors (gyro, accelerometers, and alpha channel dual camera depth perception, others…) with an equally robust algorithm, we could finally have a “window to another world” type augmented reality gadget.

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