EA looking into Holograms

With the video game industry being as big as it has grown to be, it’s a given that game developers and publishers are more than ready and willing to invest plenty of their time into new innovations and technologies. While companies like Sony and Oculus Rift are pushing virtual reality headsets to a more mainstream market, Andrew Wilson, the CEO of Electronic Arts, made waves by stating that he would be interested in seeing his developers working on “getting you inside of games” by use of holograms that would be displayed within a gamer’s bedroom or living room. While hologram technology involving gaming might be a ways away, seeing how far virtual reality and motion capturing has come over the past decade, there is no telling how much further developers can take gaming in the next decade.

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