You all have a visual communications problem pardon the pun. My first reaction watching a video demonstrating on this product and looking through the visualizations on your website was, what’s the big deal, the guy is using a touchscreen to interact with a 3d rendering. The over the shoulder shot you use to demonstrate people interacting with the object flattens things so that it appears the person is touching the glass. It took about 15-20 minutes before it dawned on me that people were manipulating the object above the glass. This is so obvious to people working in the holographic field but it’s not to your potential customers the general public. Most people won’t have time to dig deeper and will move on, chalking you up to another interesting but overhyped technology. You need a Camera view/visualization at 45 -90 degrees off axis that shows the object and the persons hands above the object. Wether this is real or generated is irrelevant as this is what the user experiences. Unfortunately it’s not what your website and marketing are conveying. Unfortunately this may limit the impact of that all your other hard work developing this device.