Although I haven’t seen an update of the technical specifications and haven’t heard whether a manufacturer of entertainment games is actively developing a game with this kind of screens, Voxon Photonics has released its product for commercial use. I’ve always been a fan of video games and since 2008 I’ve run my own game room, The Game Grid Arcade in West Valley City, Utah. Our Unity plugin and simulator is now working very well, and we’ve extended the VX1 software with improved colour modes and additional DICOM features to allow doctors to measure distances and angles in the screen volume. At the time, the developers discussed the possibility of bringing it into the entertainment industry, although this depends on the stakeholders, and provided the screen with a larger format and a higher frame rate. Here’s the Star Wars Day video showing the Voxon VX1 in action. When everyone thinks about Star Wars when I see what they’ve done here, the first thing I thought about was how useful it can be for Sega’s ZAXXON. At the end of 2016 we published an article about a new 3D volumetric display called Voxiebox that brings holograms to life without “cheating” like Holossuem or the Crazy Tower. We have sent several Voxon VX1s to more than 10 different countries and have added numerous new features and improvements to the VX1 software. Although the blog here focuses on news and opinions about arcade, it’s not just about new versions and locations. Or as a basis for a simple input game that uses this concept. I think this would lead to an interesting four-player board game.