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Porn company wants to beam holographic camgirls into your home
It’s like Princess Leia in ‘Star Wars.’ Only it’s NSFW.
CamSoda, one of the leading adult webcam platforms in the world, wants to bring cam models into your home.
Holo-Cam is a new technology that delivers 3D projections of cam models into your home by utilizing your smartphone or tablet and an inexpensive 3D projector.
When you read the phrase “inexpensive 3D projector,” you probably imagine that means in the low hundreds of dollars, but Holo-Cam works with 3D holographic display pyramids, which can be found for as low as $1.50 online. Now for less than a cup of coffee, you can beam a dancing naked person into your home like you’re Obi-Wan getting a message from Princess Leia.
The models are filmed in a special interactive studio at CamSoda, and Holo-Cam will be available as part of a weekly show and for private shows at an additional cost. For the first month of the service, the weekly show will be free to help promote the service.
Users can interact with the models either via voice or by typing instructions into their computer while broadcasting from their smart devices. You can see a safe for work demonstration video below.
CamSoda will be debuting its holographic technology at the upcoming 2017 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas on Jan. 18-21 via a supersized 4-foot tall holographic projection. You sadly won’t be able to experience that in your own home. The company will announce when the first live public shows are after AVN.
John-Michael Bond is a tech reporter and culture writer for Daily Dot. A longtime cord-cutter and early adapter, he's an expert on streaming services (Hulu with Live TV), devices (Roku, Amazon Fire), and anime. A former staff writer for TUAW, he's knowledgeable on all things Apple and Android. You can also also find him regularly performing standup comedy in Los Angeles.