Microsoft Research shows off a demonstration of "holographic" video running on a Surface tablet. The software giant is working on video and content creation methods, and is cooperating with third parties to capture and create 3D models that can be interacted with. Full details at Neowin.
That's not all, because Microsoft is also bringing important contributions to this field by creating fully automated systems that can do this, as well as working on creating a flexible workspace which can be used in any studio or environment. And finally, the company is hard at work to makes this type of content streamable in real time, meaning you could soon be able to walk around in movies, or at live events from the comfort of your living room.