When I observed that ace camera creator Red was making a holographic cell phone, I envisioned it may pillar the multi dimensional images of my Star Wars dreams, like the famous minute when a holographic Princess Leia approaches Obi-Wan Kenobi for offer help.
No such good fortune:
The Hydrogen One doesn’t make that sort of science fiction multi dimensional image; it has what Red is calling a holographic screen, one that will show you 3D pictures in spite of the standard 2D designs you see on a common cell phone show.
Red considers this to be a chance to hop on the yet without a doubt developing AR and VR drift by promising that its cell phone show will bolster intuitive media like recordings and amusements in both scene and representation modes. It calls the Android cell phone a holographic media machine.
Red isn’t saying all that much in regards to the cell phone’s screen tech now, or the cameras the cell phone may use to likewise record “holographic” media. Be that as it may, I would call attention to this isn’t the first occasion when we’ve seen organizations try different things with 3D on the screen. LG and HTC both did in 2011, trailed by Amazon’s dynamite disappointment of its gutsy 3D Fire Phone (with four following cameras) in 2014. Were those handsets recently radical?
Red’s Hydrogen One is only specialty at this stage. We realize that it’ll run some form of Android. Have a 5.7-inch screen, a USB-C charger port and expandable stockpiling (also, an extraordinary token for early requesting). Different specs are not yet decided and Red cautions that they, and the telephone’s outline, may change whenever.