Holocube makes human-size 3D projections

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(image credit: Holocube) HOLOCUBE 3D Projection | US$PoA | www.holocube.eu

marvel at the sight of what could possibly be the forerunner of holographic technology. although the latest presentation projection, simply called HC70, from Holocube isn’t actually a hologram but it certainly will put a smile on creative people and marketeers face. how else to differential your presentation better than a 3D projection? the HC70 is essentially a six-foot tall box with 70″ screen allowing for full-sized human projections.

the projector in question has a brightness of 600 cd/m2 and a HD resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. each Holocube is equipped with a 40 GB hard disk drive and is capable of storing up to 18-hours of compressed video at a bit rate of 4 Mb/s or 8-hours of compressed video at 9Mb/s. Holocube is designed to be a dedicated machine in which it will performs its specified operations without any intervention from human. in the event of power interruption, the Holocube will reboot itself and continue to carry out its duty faithfully. it is said to be immune to virus which curb any chances of virus infection when new presentation is loaded via the USB interface.

at the heart of the Holocube is a computer running on a 2.8 GHz Intel Dual Core processor with Windows 7 as its operating system which should be more than ample since it will do nothing other then its specific duty. as a dedicated machine, its functionality and reliability shouldn’t be of any issues. same rationale as our PC – install less softwares, less chances of the PC screwing up, and probably last longer too. check out the video of the HC70 in action. pretty amazing.

via Yanko Design