Meet World’s first holographic media machine

Meet World’s first holographic media machine, it looks like a smartphone, it acts like a smartphone. However, news break out as once you see the screen on the RED Hydrogen One, you realize you’ve never seen anything like it.

It fits in your pocket,” the new smartphone from video camera-maker RED creates images that pop out of a camera. It’s like watching a big-screen 3D movie but with no glasses.

Starting this summer, the two largest U.S. wireless carriers, AT&T and Verizon will sell RED Hydrogen One.  Company officials said to expect the cost to be around 10% higher than the iPhone X, which starts at $999.

This one is a little larger and heftier than others, bigger than an iPhone 8 Plus. The value of placing this technology in a phone, as opposed to a high-end video camera is to deliver instant feedback on the image via the 5.7 inch LCD screen and make it easier to share.

It offers the 4View mode, which enable people to shoot their own photos and videos. RED is setting up the Hydrogen Network to watch other videos not made on the Hydrogen One say on sites like Netflix, YouTube and others,  This is a place for studios and filmmakers can have their 3D content converted to 4View.

RED threw some names out as potential partners at the event, including the Walt Disney Co. and Lionsgate. Whether consumers will be dazzled by technology touted bas “retina-riveting” is no guarantee.

Hydrogen One will have a 5.7-inch screen capable of displaying that 4-View content. The phone comes with 128 gigabytes of internal storage, and also has a micro-SD slot for extra room.

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