Hydrogen One holographic smartphone is the first of its kind to enter the market.
The future is here as we welcome the Hydrogen One holographic smartphone.
Who better to develop such a device than leading manufacturer of professional digital cinema cameras, RED.
RED’s high-end video cameras are frequently used to create festival after movies as well as answering the call to assist Hollywood in shooting various films such as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 and hit series Stranger Things.
The company is now setting its sights on infiltrating possibly the biggest market, glued to everyone’s hands; the smartphone.
In a market so saturated how to elevate it other than creating a phone with a holographic display?
Obviously the phone is not a hologram (my first thought I must admit), but the display is.
The futuristic phone, titled “Hydrogen One” will provide its users with a 5.7” holographic display capable of transitioning between 2D, 3D and holographic Hydrogen 4-View digital material.
Say goodbye to 3D glasses and other such accessories previously needed to view such content as the Hydrogen One’s display is built to support material including VR/AR and MR content.
While shelving their 3D glasses, users may also consider banishing their headphones to the shelf.
Reportedly, the Hydrogen One will make use of a complex algorithm that will transform traditional stereo sound into the multi-dimensional sound achieved by headphones, but without the headphones.
Although the “Hydrogen One” is only due to ship from 2018, it is already available for preorder.
The price of the phone ranges between $1,195 and $1,595, a casual R16 664.28 and up.
The current price is also only available for a limited time, indicating that the price is due to increase so customers should act fast before this deal is done.
RED’s Hydrogen One holographic smartphone is taking phone technology to new dimensions.