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RED finally explained how its magic holographic display works

Pro camera maker RED came out of nowhere a few weeks ago with a Hydrogen One smartphone of its own, which is supposed to deliver features not available on any of the regular smartphones you can purchase right now. Chief among them was a holographic display capable of providing a glass-free holographic experience. That sounds great on paper, but RED never really explained how everything works.
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