Red Hydrogen One: Smartphone with hologram display announced

Red Hydrogen One with hologram display – “THE WORLD’S FIRST HOLOGRAPHIC MEDIA MACHINE” is the announcement of a smartphone with hologram display on the website of camera manufacturer RED. The Red Hydrogen One is scheduled to start in the first quarter of 2018 starting from 1,050 euros.

Red Hydrogen One with hologram display

The Red Digital Cinema Camera Company (RED) is an American manufacturer of digital cinema cameras used in films such as “District 9” and “The Hobbit”. As can be seen on the website of Red, the manufacturer plans to have its own smartphone to make profiteering available to “normal” users.

The company calls the smartphone Red Hydrogen One. A start is scheduled for the first quarter of 2018. In the color Titanium, the device costs 1,595 dollars (1,400 euros) and in the aluminum version 1,195 dollars (1050 euros).


So far only incomplete details of the Hydrogen One

“The future of personal communication, information acquisition, holographic multi-view, 2D, 3D, AR / VR / MR and image recording now changed forever,” says Red on the website. Although a diagonal of 5.7 inches is called for the holographic display, however, the announcement of the resolution is missing. Nanotechnology makes it possible to display 2D and 3D content without the need for additional glasses.

The Red Hydrogen One is a “standalone, fully functional, unlocked multiband smartphone with Android OS with features that crush the shape of conventional thinking,” it is freely translated. The effect of the display is difficult to describe, says Red founder Jim Jannard in a Forume entry. Other features of the Red Hydrogen One include a USB-C connector, an expandable flash memory and the use of VR, AR and MR. Details about the camera and the integrated processor are unfortunately not mentioned.





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