Heliodisplay - 3D Display Like R2D2

Posted: Sep 15 2003, 11:28pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:58pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Heliodisplay - 3D display like R2D2
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IO2 Technology announced that it has completed a working prototype of the Heliodisplay(TM) display, which can project TV, video and computer images into free space. The unit currently projects images as large as 27 inches (diagonal) with a capability to expand to 150 inches.

IO2 Technology current has one 27" prototype . They are building three 42" diagonal demonstration Heliodisplays in the coming months.

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