Holographic Projector – A Future Smartphone Accessory

Long about mid-2013 there were rumors circulating that the iPhone 5C would
be out soon, and that the “C” stood for color. Personally, I’m waiting for
the iPhone 8H, which would be the iPhone “Holographic” version. You may
think this is a little too futuristic, but I assure you it’s not. Cell
phones with holographic projectors do not need to only exist in science
fiction; The Minority Report and Star Wars. Right now IBM has a huge
research and development team working on this, and there are several
companies that make holographic projectors which are about the size of a

With the new 4G wireless technology there will be enough bandwidth to
handle all the data needed to project in 3-D holograms. So does that mean
that a holographic projector is a future smart phone accessory? Yes, I
believe so and eventually all of this equipment will be embedded within a
very thin iPhone. It’s only a matter of when, no longer if. The technology
exists now – it’s just a matter of shrinking it, and bringing down the
cost. Moore’s Law has done that in just about every other high-tech sector,
and I can only assume that Intel will soon have 3-D holographic chips
(inside) for lightweight personal tech in the near future.

How might this work you ask? Well, you might be talking to someone and they
will turn on their video cam on their smart phone, and it will take a 2-D
rendering of them in full motion and add in the three-dimensional version
and beam that information to the receiving party, which will then be
projected into a hologram originating from their phone. How about five
years from now? That sounds about right considering how fast the technology
is moving out. Yes, of course the first versions will cost quite a bit, and
an average person probably won’t have them.

Nevertheless considering all the applications for video games and
communication, and the need for sending ideas and designs through the
“Internet of things” as well is the future availability of such software
and bandwidth, surely all of this will be used for communication, so
eventually everyone will have it, and why not?

We do have the technology, and some smart entrepreneurial company, perhaps
Apple, or perhaps another high-tech company will absolutely steal the show
in personal tech with such a new device. Imagine that? Yes, imagine it,
because it will soon be here, you’ll soon be using it, and your children
will wonder what it was like back in the old days when cell phones could
only talk. Please consider all this and think on it.

Lance Winslow has launched a new provocative series of eBooks on Future Concepts . Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and
now runs the Online Think Tank; http://www.worldthinktank.net

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