Sure, holographic systems may not be readily available to consumers right now, but these transportable models show the potential of this technology. Continue reading to see more. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Eyliner 3D

This high-definition projection system by Musion basically uses innovative HD video projection to produce three dimensional, holographic images within a stage setting. Recently, it was used to promote Toyota’s Auris at the Bluewater Shopping Centre in Europe, as well as for a fashion show.

Cheoptics 360

One quick way to add more excitement to dull conferences is with this holographic display system — used above at a Windows Vista press conference. According to its manufacturer, it can be setup just about anywhere, fixed on the ground or recessed from ceiling structures, with “revolving video images, that can be seen 360-degrees in all ambient light conditions.”