I hate to ruin the mystery of this but i'm very skeptical,
Firstly , some basic rules of physics:
- Light can only reflect from a solid, aqueous or gaseuous particle
- Light cannot reflect off light -
Secondly, read this:
- It clearly states the behaviour of light of reflective surfaces. Floating images are impossible according to this scientific description.
- Now read this -
Quote - "Its inventors are happy to talk about the device, but are a little vague on the subject of how it works."
I wonder why....
Next up - "And there's an extra twist: the company says you can grab a projected image with your hand and twist it to see it from different angles "
Are these guys taking the mickey? - It is not possible to grab air and move it around for it then to be interpreted by a computer!
Another interesting observation -
"The company isn't much yet. "We have three part-time employees," says spokesman Bob Ely, who is in charge of business development. "And there is no building." Yeah, but when sales take off? "We hope we never have to get to more than three part-time employees." Oh"
hmm, a company doesn't want any more employees and doesn't seem to want business! Am I the only one here who thinks this stinks of fakeness.
Whats more -
these guys claim that there are no holographics installed and that it is a real 3D floating image.
This would seem quite simply impossible
Well, i've had my little moan, i'd beinterested to hear your guys views on this -