The creation, and subsequent storage, of data is the most pressing issue in the world of technology right now. But new holographic technology could be about to make a huge impact to this problem.
A newly-developed ultra-thin material tricks the human eye into perceiving highly detailed 3D images without the need for special glasses.
As NASA prepares to send the first humans to Mars, LIFE VR, TIME and 8i have collaborated and created Buzz Aldrin: Cycling Pathways to Mars, the world’s first holographic ‘archival VR’ project.
Canadian researchers have developed what they are claiming is the world's first holographic flexible smartphone, with a bendable display that allows multiple people looking at the device to see different 3D images depending on their perspective.
Holoportation is now a thing, so start slapping everyone in arm's distance to make sure they're real.