HOLO 2.0 is your futuristic wrist-computer

Okay, this device is definitely on my “I have got to get me one of these” list.

According to my source, this is a concept design from India, and their marketing department wants its release in 2015.

I suppose by that time we will all be over the whole touchscreen, and we will want holograms. Hence the HOLO 2.0.

As you can see from the illustration, this is a mobile device that you wear around your writs, and then project holograms of whatever operating system that you are using.

Call me stupid, but I don’t know of any mobile device that can do holography, unless you are going for 2D images projected on a solid wall.

I suppose that would be HOLO 1.0, wouldn’t it? After all, why call this HOLO 2.0?

Okay, I think that we all know that we are headed for a future where everyone has a do-it-all mobile device. Some believe that it is the iPhone, but I think it is more of a convenient device that you wear on your wrist.

I think we also know that holograms are the wave of the future, but we don’t quite have the “Star Wars” feel on them just yet, do we?

In short, the HOLO 2.0 is ahead of its time, and I can’t help but wonder just how far ahead of its time it is.


2 thoughts on “HOLO 2.0 is your futuristic wrist-computer”

  1. 3d projection is already here (albeit bathtub sized),
    the wrist-watch computers exist (google gsm wrist).

    The only trick is to miniaturize the hole projector,
    and that is only a matter of time.

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