Multiuser 'holographic' table *spawn

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    New video:
     
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    That's same crazy-next-gen display tech if as good as it appears there, though not related to unlimited details or voxels AFAICS - should work with conventional graphics.
     
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    It's not holographic, it's multiviewer stereoscopic using narrowband colour filters and "eye" tracking (actually glasses tracking). Wonder where they get funding, can't be cheap to construct.
     
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    The implication, "shot with an ordinary mobile phone," is that it's a screen you can point a camera at and film with perspective correct presentation, and so a single 3D projection. Are you saying it's rendering multiple viewpoint, one for each user, and presenting that in a multi-view display? I'd consider that misrepresentation.
     
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    Misrepresentation?! From the people that did Unlimited Detail?! Never!
     
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    It doesn't look like their "voxel" tech, in fact. That looks like normal polygon graphics, to me.
     
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    Whether it is or isn't, the display is unrelated to the engine. Maybe should move to Display Tech forum.
     
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    Time sharing with active glasses, 8 users gonna be a blast .
     
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    The graphics in the video seemed to have clear geometrical edges, so I thought they were made out of polygons. However, today I knew about their website (a different one from Euclideon's main website) and I read this:
    https://www.euclideonholographics.com/

    :???:
     
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    Oh lordie, lordy, lorde...
     
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