Oliver Kreylos, the Kinect-hacking pioneer who you might remember from our earlier roundups, can't seem to stop pushing the Kinect's 3-D holographic capabilities. This newest hack involves two Kinect sensors, a virtual office, and, improbably, a Nintendo Wii controller, but the end result is pretty amazing: Holographic video chat in full 3-D.
Will this be a kickoff, do people really care about having holographic presence of someone, or video is enough ?
Will the future generations want this, I remember cisco or citrix tried something like this a while ago.(not holographic but realtime like)
Hackers are just a migratory lifeform with a tropism for computers.