3D comeback is inevitable. It the argument which continues to be made by die-hard practitioners of native stereo 3D filmmaking like director Ang Lee. Computing technology is becoming wearable, friction-free (seamless to use is the jargon) and the goal is to make the interface as transparent and natural as possible.
There is a legion of developments in this field, from Microsoft Holo lens to Magic Leap One, but a couple of recent patents by other tech giants are worth recording. Perhaps this would have to work with some form of AR glasses which seems an open secret at Cupertino, or perhaps fitted to your i Phone for viewing augmented reality rendered by ARKit. The patent would seem to fit with Apple purchase a year ago of Akonia Holographics, makers of AR headset Holo Mirror. Then,….