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The world's first 4K hologram machine is here in Las Vegas

Posted at 7:46 AM, Feb 18, 2021

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The future is here. You are looking at the world's only 4K resolution hologram machine and it's right here in Las Vegas.

It's called PORTL.

And the man who invented it says it's unlike anything else.

"We can capture the holographic likeness of anybody from wherever they are and beam them to any portal wherever it is into as many portals in real time. So, you can send one person into a hundred locations. And that person who's being beamed can hear, see, and even interact with everybody in his or her global audience," said David Nussbaum, inventor and CEO with PORTL.

Nussbaum also says it can work in daylight and fit into an office space, museum or lobby.

The company is also creating an affordable desktop device so you can become a hologram too.