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3D Holographic Display/Projector

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#1 Rocky Bennett

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Posted 01 April 2016 - 02:06 PM

Hello All,

I have a question regarding a 3D Holographic Display/Projector, similar to this one here;




My Sister-In-Law plans on giving a holographic presentation and so she is interested in a device very similar to the one that I posted above. Her "idea" is that because 10 people are going to attend the presentation, she needs 10 of these devices. I think that she only needs 1. Maybe I am misunderstanding how the device works, but I think that one of these on the table in the middle of the room will suffice to present the presentation to the entire room.


Who is right?


On a side note, for a business presentation using one of these devices, what kind of software would one use?



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