Invented by Tibor Balogh, these flat panel “holo TVs” are capable of displaying images in 3-D — or so it seems. Two video clips after the jump.

Peugeot and Reanult are already interested in the product. The smaller 4:3 monitor displays 7.4-megapixels while the 16:9 monitor can display up to 9.8-megapixels, and lastly, the largest holographic screen is able to display 50.3-megapixels.

(Thanks, Louis P)

Invented by Tibor Balogh, these flat panel “holo TVs” are capable of displaying images in 3-D — or so it seems. Two video clips after the jump.

Peugeot and Reanult are already interested in the product. The smaller 4:3 monitor displays 7.4-megapixels while the 16:9 monitor can display up to 9.8-megapixels, and lastly, the largest holographic screen is able to display 50.3-megapixels.

(Thanks, Louis P)