The Russian tech company, Displair, is working on a next-generation visual display that will feature “interactive images floating in mid-air” using water vapor. Bored with what they call “electronic junk,” or what we refer to as our TV, the company wants to create a way for users to view and interact with visual data without having to use actual physical objects. Displair is developing a method that projects 3D images onto sheets of mist, which pretty much creates a hologram. The company is reportedly capable of producing 40 to 140-inch screens, but they won’t come cheap, reportedly costing an estimated $4,000 to $30,000.
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