An article on Shacknews provides information on the debut of the HoloLamp at CES this week.
Instead of using a headset to produce Augmented Reality, the HoloLamp uses a projector to project holographic images in a small area like a table.
The demos shown of HoloLamp reveal that the device scans a designated area and finds any objects it can interact with. It then can add a host of holographic Augmented Reality effects to those objects. HoloLamp can project an entirely holographic playing field without the need for additional objects.
The idea is to provide a more immersive experience by allowing users to engage their surroundings without the need for headsets or special controllers.