Tag Archive: Holographic


RED Hydrogen One holographic phone gets closer to release, as it passes the FCC

RED’s experimental phone, the Hydrogen One has just passed through the FCC, signaling that the device will soon go live.

The filing contains some images of the phone, as well as some details on specs. We already know the phone is Hydrogen One will arrive with a 5.7-inch display with 2,560 x 1,440 resolution. The also device runs on Android and bundles a dual-camera setup. Interestingly, RED’s first smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 835, which is last year’s  [Read More…]

RED announces exclusive partnership with holographic display maker for Hydrogen One

Are you ready for holograms on phones?

Earlier this summer, camera maker RED announced that they were working on the Hydrogen One, a $ 1200 phone that it claims will offer customers the very first holographic display on a phone.

Today, RED officially announced a long-term exclusive partnership with Leia Inc., the company responsible for the “Diffractive Lightfield Backlighting” technology that makes the holographic display possible. The goal is to have the first Hydrogen One phones ready for consumers  [Read More…]

Check out this $1,200 smartphone with a holographic display made by RED

Known for its high-end cinema cameras, RED just made an unexpected announcement. The company introduced its first smartphone product called the Hydrogen One which comes with a holographic display. You’re probably wondering what a holographic display can do. Well, according to RED’s press release the Hydrogen One’s 5.7-inch display employs the power of nanotechnology to […]

Brew the perfect cup of Joe, and control your home with Zac, your personal holographic butler (Kickstarter of the week)

I love to browse through crowdfunding campaigns on a regular basis as some of the coolest and innovative ideas are born through Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Both websites vet potential startups and concepts as best as possible, but ultimately the consumer decides if an idea is truly good or not with their wallets. I’ve come across two