Japanese Scientists Create Touchable Holograms Using Wii-motes

"Someday my love...someday."

In COOLEST NEWS OF THE DAY EVER, we have Tokyo scientists demonstrating touchable holograms for the first time ever. The scientists responsible used two wii-motes to track the users movement and uses ultra-sonic waves to create pressure on the hand touching the hologram!

Right now, the video only shows simple objects being tested (raindrops, toy elephant, random crap like that) but inventors ensure they have bigger plans for the technology.

So knowing the Japanese and they're knowledge of technology, I want you to check out the cool video and then post exactly how long you think it will take for them to move this technology in a more..."adult" direction. 

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