The future is here: Upcoming Samsung phone can project holograms
If Samsung is really working on the technology behind a patent the Korean company recently filed with the United States Patents And Trademarks Office (USPTO), in no long time, we’ll start seeing smartphones that could project holographic images on their own.
“The mobile device includes a main body including a screen; a light guide member disposed above the screen; an entrance optical member disposed on a surface of the light guide member; and an image hologram disposed on a surface of the light guide member which is laterally spaced apart from the entrance optical member,” reports PatentlyMobile.
“When an area of the screen corresponding to the entrance optical member emits a light, a holographic image stored in the image hologram is displayed above the light guide member.”
Considering that this is a patent and it doesn’t necessarily translate to any meaningful work at hand, much expectation should not be thrown forward to the development.
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