Eerie Holographs Find Their Place in a...Louise Bourgeois Exhibit?
A new exhibition at Cheim & Read puts the legendary artist's lesser-known holographic plates on display.
This Animated Hologram Grew Out of Cave Paintings and Humans in Revolt
Holograms, animation, and mythology collide in artist Etienne Guiol’s installation ‘A I M’.
[Premiere] Experience Singularity Inside a Holographic Black Hole
The so-called 'Dark Hearts of Space' inspire this audiovisual performance by Dasha Rush and Stanislov Glazov.
'Super Mario' and 'Legend of Zelda' in HoloLens Is Gaming's Potential Future
NES emulator developer Andrew Peterson showcases the latest footage of his ‘Super Mario Brothers’ port for HoloLens.
These Japanese Researchers Are Making Holograms You Can Touch
The Haptoclone is an interactive system that creates holographic images that you can "feel."
Turn Your Tablet into a Holographic Stage
Your iPad gets one step closer to the holographic future of Star Wars.
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Is This Star Wars-Style Hologram Projector for Real?
Bleen Inc. says they're building a holographic display that could be in your living room by next October.
The 'Holographic' 3D Video Machine Has Arrived
With "Help Me Obi," a moving video machine that projects objects in 360-degrees, artists Chris Helson and Sarah Jackets are set to make major waves in holographic technology.
Pondering Life's Big Questions With Holographic Sculptures
Jeff Robb's <i>Three Acts Of Will</i> uses holography to create three dimensional sculptures aimed to disorientate and overwhelm.
Learning to Play the Theremin On the Skype: An Interview with Tom Grillo
While spending an afternoon watching as many versions of the Zelda theme song as I could on YouTube, I discovered the Theremin - or rather, I discovered some level-10 nerd-type playing the Zelda theme song on a Theremin. For the (hopefully) few of...
Doctor Laser: Inside the Wondrous Lab of One of the World's Last Holographers
In the heyday of holography, back in the 1970s, there were four schools dedicated to the holographic arts around the world, and five studios in New York City alone.