After a hard day on his feet, Miller likes to kick off his shoes (and socks) and continue his search for Julie Mao with the help of hologram maps, which can be displayed three-dimensionally.
Just earlier this year, Microsoft announced the arrival of Windows Holographic. With this technology one can see and interact with 3-D images. Pinch them, pull them, tap them and flick them away. One can "select" a hologram just by looking at it, and walk around them in 3-D space.
Not so fast! In order to see and "touch" the holograms, you have to wear a special headset called the HoloLens, but getting rid of the middle man, in this case the Hololens, seems to be a technological inevitability.