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MIT Brings Hologram Video One Step Closer With Kinect Hack

A note to researchers out there: when you develop your amazing technology, try not to compare it to things we’ve already seen in movies that look way better. Michael Bove and his team at MIT’s Media Lab have developed streaming holographic video with simple components to mimic the advanced technology seen in Star Wars. An [...]

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