Interactive 3D display cases

This kind of interactive 3D display is actually a combination of using holography and creating an interactive user interface on a flat glass surface (called “Airstrike” here). The user finger points and interacts through hand gestures with the displayed object through an interactive glass surface. Here is a 45 second concept video of it in action:-

There are a lot of potential uses for this when it comes to museum display technologies and interactive retail displays.

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