You’ll be able to turn yourself into a hologram – as well as play a special holographic videogame for iOS or Android. It also be noted that these holograms are not 360°. You can only see them from behind HoloVit’s screens.
HoloVit’s founder, Jeff Deleon, studied holography systems in 2002 and started HoloVit startup in 2015.
“We wanted to bring the fun and excitement of futuristic technology into every home” Deleon and his partner, Sibel Stanz, wrote on their Indiegogo page. “We would like to see HoloVit as a game changer of the home entertainment world.”
The campaign is incredibly light on technical details, and that’s worrisome. This is Indiegogo so it’s not guaranteed that the HoloVit will ever reach the finish stage or that backers will get this product that is described today.