a very, very strange announcement. well, the smartphone market is highly saturated, extremely competitive and pretty innovative. i don't think red will be able to inject anything more than a niche product into this market (as others mentioned). also, they don't reveal any hard technical facts or specs, show no (real) pictures but state the device won't be able to capture/display "holograms" when initially sold for a rather hefty price around $1000 or more. also they use the term "holography" for marketing purposes, which is rudiculous. i doubt the device will incorporate any form of real analog or digital holography.
what do you mean by type "scene" ? just wondering...
in my opinion, anti-glare spray on glasses looks kind of unrealistic. maybe a super thin layer is sufficient and avoids that weird nacre effect.
btw: the guys at hyperstealth have developped an invisibility cloth which might be useful for filmcrews: http://www.hyperstealth.com/Quantum-Stealth
Did you notice almost all action takes place in the lower half of the images?
Thank you. They have a lot more projects listed here: http://www.disneyresearch.com/research-labs/disney-research-zurich
(at the bottom of the page)