Screens that project 3D holographic images.

Guess what – you can’t really see the 3D here in this youtube clip so use your imagination, but if you were there in real life these imageswould look completely 3d without glasses. We looked into how these things work a couple of years ago, and it’s quite a bit of work to create content for, but it may get easier at some point. Find out more from Philips here: http://www.wowvx.com/

My favourite is this demo from a different company which uses a different technology to create 3d effects in screen (although not real 3D like the above) (company: t-immersion). In this demo you can see the 3d effect more clearly. Note this is realtime from the girl holding the booklet to the screen:


More here: http://www.t-immersion.com/home.asp

There are some slightly less attractive alternatives :

http://www.planar3d.com/3d-products/sd2320w/

Plently of other alternatives out there – just search for ‘3d screens and you will discocver a world of 3d fun’

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