Can the Estar Takee 1 smartphone produce Holographic Images?


We cover a lot of phones from famous brands like Samsung and Sony, but occasionally a new company comes along and catches our attention like OnePlus did earlier this year. The Takee 1 is a name you won’t recognize, but it’s an interesting smartphone that could give the 3D Fire Phone a run for its money.

The Microsoft McLaren may be cancelled, but another 3D phone is in the works called the Estar Takee 1. The device utilizes four front-facing cameras to track your eye movements in real-time and produce 3D images. Does that sound familiar? It should, as it’s the same thing the Fire phone does.

Whereas Amazon’s 3D handset uses “Dynamic Perspective” to pull off its 3D trickery, the Takee 1 makes object appear as if they are hovering above the screen. They take the tech to the extreme and show games being played and even video calls from a holographic child. Yes, we are skeptical. estar takee 1 smartphone

It’s possible the user could actually see the image, but we’re not so sure about anyone else. That said, there is an unexplained “X” looking device that attaches to the phone, so that may have something to do with the handsets holographic projection capabilities. 3D tech aside, the handset will feature a 5.5-inch FHD display coupled with an octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage.

The Estar Takee 1 is by far the most interesting device we’ve come across lately even though a lot of folks (us included) doubt the phone’s capabilities at this point. That said, if the smartphone can truly project things like they show in the video, we’ll gladly throw our money at the company as will everyone else. We’re guessing it’s a Chinese version of the Fire phone, but you just never know these days. Stay tuned, and we’ll keep you in the loop on the Estar Takee 1.

Via – Digitaltrends, Sina


Adam is a techie, who loves new gadgets and all things Westeros. Android is his OS of choice, and Pizza is his nemesis.


3 thoughts on “Can the Estar Takee 1 smartphone produce Holographic Images?”

  1. Carlos M. J. Clavijo Jr. says:

    I probably will say some things that some may be insulted
    by. No insults are made. Just an observation and a simple inference.

    So the phone can determine the 3D by where my eyes are looking at instead of just creating a 3D appearance. That is my problem.

    Suppose that I look at a photo where there is a man who has a great looking tie or jacket or whatever, and I stare at it for a few moments. Will the software be used by some associations or whomever to place into a database with the possible inference that I am possibly gay, and have advertising sent to me about the gay lifestyle.
    How about another picture or video of a family and I happen to like the very cute little girl which may
    remind me of my daughter, or have me wish I had one like her because I have no children. Will I now be labeled by a law enforcement agency that now is tapping the data, as a possible pedophile. That is a difficult label to live down, even if it is not true.
    I see another video or picture, and I am with my girlfriend or wife. And I look at a picture of several people and a past girlfriend, one-night stand, her sister, cousin, or whatever; draws my attention. I can only say that I there is a possibility that she might find out where my eyes were focused and possibly be grilled and exiled to the living room sofa by my wife or girlfriend. Maybe she will begin to doubt my sincerity towards her.

    The fact is that the software will be ripe for having advertisers, associations, law enforcement or others exploit it or abuse it. Please….you know that this would be so. We already have enough ways to be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed, and numbered. Our lives are not our own.
    I will wait until something is made that does not require tracking my eyeballs. Even paranoids have real enemies.

    1. Adam says:

      The ‘New Nintendo 3DS’ (‘New’ is actually part of the name) and Fire Phone both do similar things. I have the New 3DS myself and I have received no advertisements or have not been tracked via where my eyes are looking as far as I know. Honestly I think you are being overcritical, but you are right, it could be used for that stuff, I just don’t think it is very likely.

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