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Realtime Holographic Motion Display Video
This realtime holographic motion display from Zebra is a podium-style screen that shows three-dimensional images without the need for special glasses. The display takes 3D digital information and then renders it in real time.
The video below shows a LIDAR image of the MIT campus as it is rendered in real time using their motion display.
(Realtime Holographic Motion Display video)
This display sounds like
teledar, a three-dimensional television technology described by William Tenn in his 1951 story The Jester.
This display could be used to display a
real-time 3D chessboard like the one Star Wars fans are familiar with.
[Han] returned to his checking, passing in front of a small circular table. The top was covered with small squares lit from beneath, while computer monitors were set into each side. Tiny three-dimensional figures were projected above the tabletop from various squares.
(Let the Wookie win)
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