Originally posted by th4t1guy
True, but they aren't going to called it 3d. Some marketing wizard will think up some fancy new term to catch everyone's eye.
However, what about holograms? If the technology becomes available fir the right price, they won't call that 3d. It all really depends on is what's available 20 years or more down the road.
Your eyes can't see anything but 3D, the holographs will BE 3D, I dunno what else will they call it? "Tangible Stereographic Spatial Representation"©*?
The world you live in is four dimensional. Unless you make me split into a 5 or 6 or whatever dimensional world, all visual representations of anything be in 3D.
* copyrighted it just in case