so for quite a while I've been interested in holographic projection, much like this:
It completely blew my mind that you can do this, and so I began digging into it, and it kept itching at me. After a while I sort of dropped it, distracted by high-school etc. until I found this just a few days ago:http://www.instructables.com/id/Touch-Screen-Coffee-Table-DIY-With-32-TV-and-Low-C/
And the design seemed to just click.
By modifying the outputs of three of the monitors to display in orientations like in the video and then using them as the image projection system for an entire OS, sealing the entirety in a box that uses CCD sensors to make them transparent touch screens, and modifying it in such a way that it controls a mouse in Windows or Linux allows for an amazing display for actually rather cheap. This also can be rather simple to modify, using this same method, with a simple paper cube in the middle of the projection area and three more computers, and it becomes a computer station for four computers, rather than the 3D projection system for one computer.
Drawings and details will be added and refined as the design and project makes progress, thanks for taking a look at this