November 9, 2010
Source: Big Think — November 9, 2010 | Michio Kaku
Back in July, a team at Tokyo University was one of the first groups to successfully create a system of touchable holograms. If you had a hologram of a small red ball, for example, you could essentially interact with it.
The ball would know when it was near your hand and would appear to bounce off of it. When this technology first made news, it was compared… read more