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Researchers from Seoul National University have developed a three-dimensional color display that uses a set of six holograms and is made from relatively compact and inexpensive components. The three-dimensional displays could eventually be used to...
Forged documents could be signed off for good with a new technique that produces a 3D hologram of handwriting. Through virtual reality and image processing, tiny pressure bumps in writing can be analysed to spot...
The newest 3-D video displays herald an interactive future for imaging. A half-meter-long protein floats in midair, several centimeters in front of a monitor. It looks like an oversize curled ribbon from a...