New milestones were demonstrated at Siggraph, including ‘Hologram’ from NYU. This is a fully immersive nomadic VR interaction with real-time position tracking, using only the processing power of a Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile processor in the Samsung Galaxy Note phablet. USC’s ICT (Institute for Creative Technologies) was also on hand and a finalist in the VR Village competition for nomadic VR environments. This group took on the task of creating the illusion of creating infinite virtual space within a confined real location, by hacking human sensitivity. You can see our Display Daily coverage on this, but suffice it to say the implications are a continuing trend of mobile empowerment into both the augmented and virtual space as the tools get more powerful, longer battery lived, and lower cost.