Holographic Computers in the Back Seat
Whether you're a VIP traveler or child looking to kill some time on the way to school, it's quite possible that one day, we won't need a smart phone or tablet to have a little back-seat fun. At least that's the theory at GEElab (based at RMIT University in Australia and Europe), a think and design tank who's figuring out how to bring holographic games and entertainment to your car. (What they call "future rear seat human-computer interactions".) It's all being done in context of the Audi Urban Future Initiative -- and all in the next couple of years.
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