Akihiko Kondo became so infatuated with Japanese character Hatsune Miku that he decided to marry her.
The promising technology enables a three-dimensional image to be suspended in mid-air using sound waves.
Scientists in Japan have developed a new type of hologram that can be both observed and touched.
Scientists have come up with a novel new way to account for what happens inside a black hole.
New mathematical models lend credence to the idea that we live in a universe that is essentially flat.
A company in Poland is developing a 3D holographic communications mechanism for mobile phones.
Hatsune Miku is the newest singing sensation in Japan - thing is, she's also a hologram.
3D holograms such as that seen in Star Wars are one step closer to becoming a reality.
Researchers at the University of Tokyo have succeeded in creating not only a working three dimensional hologram projecto...