Volumetric Cinema was a series of experiments in creating cinema for a volumetric display, the Voxon 1. Volumetric displays use voxels, rather than pixels, to create a 3D image which occupies a space and can be seen from all angles.
In collaboration with Harvard Professor of Performance, Theater, and Media David Levine, along with the rest of the talented programmers, animators, and artists of the volumetric cinema team.
More on the Media Lab project page.
MIT Center for Art, Science and Technilogy (CAST) listing.