Touchable 3D Holograms

Straight from the laboratory of Tony Stark, a newly developed technology is able to produce 3D holographic shapes that can be felt and touched while floating in mid-air. Using ultrasound and haptics (touch feedback) as its primary technologies, this new method creates concentrated air disturbances that form visible 3D floating shapes. The possible uses seem to be endless; whether it’s to touch a tumor from a CT scan, to feel off-limits museum artifacts, or to build an arc reactor-powered, crime-fighting iron suit.