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RED announces exclusive partnership with holographic display maker for Hydrogen One

Are you ready for holograms on phones? Earlier this summer, camera maker RED announced that they were working on the Hydrogen One, a $1200 phone that it claims will offer customers the very first holographic display on a phone. Today, RED officially announced a long-term exclusive partnership with Leia Inc., the company responsible for the "Diffractive Lightfield Backlighting" technology that makes the holographic display possible.
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