Euclideon unveils the world's first Hologram Arcade Tables!

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Monody : This is all pretty cool, but please… we’re all more interested in seeing a public release of your point-cloud software! That’s why most of us are subscribed in the first place. We want to hear about how Unlimited Detail is coming along.

MegamanXGold : If you want people to believe that's real and as great as you say it is, fly Linus from LinusTechTips and one or two of his crew out to give their honest impressions. You'll get WAAAAY more viewership, and they would probably be excited to do it.

Nenkos : What happened to that "Unlimited Detail Real-Time Rendering" engine that definitely wasn't a scam?

Cody Jacques : *Seriously, I don't understand this!* Creating an *Unlimited Detail Engine* then keeping it to yourself so you can build *obviously tacky,* roomscale, smartphone games is a good way to ruin public perception.

Nikolas Manuelides : holograms do not require the use of glasses, that's AR...

AtomicAcorn : Just call it AR instead of something it clearly isn't for pete sake. You wouldn't get nearly as much hate on these videos if it didn't seem like you are trying to actively mislead people into thinking these are holograms.

Tom Crotty : You guys always present incredible technology, but the videos used to advertise them are terrible. The footage totally fails to demonstrate how and if the technology works, and it's frankly not clear at all if people are actually interacting with the system or if compositing has been used to simulate the effect. The video could be 60 seconds long and 100x more effective if you hired someone who knows how to advertise a product. How a serious company could have interview footage so poorly shot in 2018, I have no idea.

Alex Horner : Laser-based holograms, riiight. I take it this will be about as successful as your sales pitch for your volumetric rendering.

ChrisoneillART : Not one elephant in this video...

brent craig : scam! scam! scam~!

M.D. Geist : Euclideon: we are the people who could deliver realistic graphics to your phone literally. This way we could spread our easily adaptable technology anywhere and become the richest company this world has ever seen because our technology perfectly fits the economic principle of accessibility. Instead we choose to go for the solar opposite by confining our technology and monetization possibilities to an actual physical location in the age of the internet. And then we don’t even deliver actual unlimited detail and realistic graphics in an unlimited world but some shitty limited arcade games with an even shittier unrealistic low poly style.

tamenga88 : I commend your determination to keep this facade going. But one day you will eventually run out of people you can con big money out of.

justaguy12345 : "Of course their hand does go straight through it." *cuts to footage of food with every hand only in front of it and none of them going through it* How do you guys sleep at night? Wearing goggles (screens) is AR, not holograms. If you actually had holograms WITHOUT goggles, where is the footage? How much money are you making for lying like this?

MeatVision : So, any "real footage" on this thing?

Artur Kre : hmm i thought you guys were about to open a game center in dubai ? its not going to happen anymore ?

Magos Errant Malleator : "Arabic." Good job Australia, deliver your new technology to your invaders.

cassidy gonzalez : Do these games render using your unlimited detail engine or the more traditional geometry based rendering technology? Note: i realize your unlimited detail engine would be unnecessary at best for a non scaling consumer arcade product.

Aceblood 34 : LMAO no man's sky all over again 😂😂

TheFlash Stickman : When will the UD tech be available on our current platforms like PC and mobile phones?

chronok : I'm laughing so hard at the fanboys (who have 0 knowledge about the basics of 3d graphics algorithms) begging for something or rationalizing why euclideon still have not revolutionized realtime 3d graphics one bit. It's like "pleeeease Euclideon, don't make us look stupid for believing everything you said!" LMAO

Prime Technophilia : Good that you guys found your niche in the video game sector. Still it would have been nice to see a downloadable demo of your rendering engine tech, but at least you guys are still around, maybe one day....

The Kruxed : This is not hologram tech though is it, its augmented reality which microsoft has had for years at far higher quality. remove the glasses then I will be impressed and then it will be a hologram

Jay Holtslander : I’ve been subscribed to you guys for years now and have never seen anything released and delivered. Everything seems like one big hoax of Vapourware. Where’s the unlimited detail engine that games should have licensed and released by now? These videos just seemed designed to get investors on board with a fantastical dream. Call me when there’s something real out in the world for people to see. Unsubscribing.

mguarin912 : I get the feeling this is more B.S. 🙄 I would love to be wrong.

vhtriyok : Less talk. More Demo. My God.

Erebus2075 : such disappointment, at the edge of scam like. the tech which was supposed to bring us next-gen gaming graphics etc. which turns out to be nothing but a low-quality version of something durable 20 years ago with a slightly different viewport :( such sadness for all gamers

TT : G'day from Stradbroke Island. I look forward to visiting your entertainment centre on the Gold Coast. :) The kids are going to LOVE it :)

julien1428 : Holoverse 59 Nerang St, Southport, Queensland, 4215. The address that there supposed Hologram arcade is located is a residential house. Look at the website This whole campaign seems to be some big scam. I don't really see what the purpose of it is though.

Mark Mool : Nice CGI...

KingDooburu : Hey look comments! Love you guys! Don't close the comments please.

Real Thing : Are these tables using the "unlimited detail" technology? If so, why not ramp up the details in the games like crazy to show it off? :)

scott5146 : Why do you need to wear glasses? Surely a hologram doesn't need any special glasses to see it?

sugar833 : will unlimited detail ever go anywhere?

Magics : Don't mind me, stopping by to downvote another one of your lies. Archiving this video before you delete it.

Giin : Why no US? :P

George Gividen : Hope to see these in the states soon.

Fruit Fuels Freedom Jason Kvestad : Those games need a upgrade to match the hologram like exploding volcanoes or water. Like AR to respond to the persons movement better and recognize hands.

Sekhar menon K : cool !! loooking forward to eperience it !.... will there be a model with no use of glasses anytime soon ?

Camille Vacio : I was wondering if you are gonna make special goggles for people with glasses so they can use it as well

Nerifish : Keep it up!! It looks wonderful!

Drew Hurst : You guys Rock! Love your tech and what you are doing. TY for keeping it accessible

Filium : Go back to the infinite polygon models

PSI Mike : Hey guys! I've made a video of you a couple of years ago. I truly think you guys have something special going on. I have faith. Please keep the community posted, since it helps a lot on building more trust on your project. It would be cool to have more demos for people to benchmark your engine

Jesus Christ : Amazing! What a time to be alive! Fascinating tech. 😇

Batou : Still waiting for point cloud graphics enabling photorealistic graphics on Wii as initially claimed.

zecle : i'm glad people are finally taking them seriously in the comments... it was about time.

Flying Purple Pizzas : It's amazing how much backlash I've seen you get for your ideas and products. I think these concepts have the highest coolness factor and will likely be a big part of the future. I'm glad you didn't give up because of all the negative feedback. Not sure why so many people are miffed at you, but I can't wait to see what you come up with next. Good job!

Brad Roberts : Imagine hologram Street Fighter, Tekken or Mortal Kombat. 😀👍

unharmonix : You've always had such a crisp English accent... after spending so much time in Aussie, how have you not picked up even a slight Aussie twang? hahaha

2_Face Unknown : Hi and congratulations for what you've accomplished already! Yesterday I was thinking about the VR thing that is going on right now and I was wondering why isn't there any good looking game for VR already, they all look like 2-3 generations behind in manner of details. So I read somewhere that the problem with VR is that the 3D effect from textures (materials with several layers or masks) doesn't work in VR, you will still see it as a flat texture instead of a bumpy material with shiny spots or reflective areas. Which means that VR games can only use polygons and flat textures (and lights, sounds, effects..) to create video games. My point is that with voxel technique and unlimited detail-real time engine you wouldn't need to fake a 3D effect with bumpy textures. And I really think you guys should go for it because the VR games aren't that far away. I mean the gaming industry is very advanced and it's gonna be very difficult to catch up with it, specially when you start from scratch, but the VR on the other hand... I really think you got a shot on that one.