Artist's impression of a holographic clock

Artist's impression of a holographic clock

 

Segmented Displays

Holoxica's first-generation holographic display demonstrator, built in 2010, had up to nine voxels and could show simple numeric information, icons, symbology etc. This technology can be used to build segmented 3D displays, similar to the early LCDs found in calculators and wristwatches. This approach is scalable and it's possible to realise all sorts of interesting products such as floating clocks or even 3D talking heads.