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Bah VR! Holograms are the future

SPONSORED: Presented by Intel My brain does hurt a little bit right now. I don’t think it can fully grasp the future vision that Euclideon CEO Bruce Dell is peddling. Well, peddling suggests a sales job rather than a real life working product; but he says that his team has solved a huge problem with hologram […]
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