Holographic technology can do more than make pictures -- it can transmit data at the speed of light. Continue reading →
Two million micro-mirrors help deliver a sharper, virtual 3-D experience with twice the resolution as other head-mounted displays. Continue reading →
A new kind of 3-D display tracks head movement to get rid of the nausea and eyestrain and create more convincing illusions. Continue reading →
Technology embedded behind an LCD flat panel screen simulates the shape and weight of objects on the display. Continue reading →
An innovative solution could lead to cheap holographic video for consumer electronic devices. Continue reading →
A new kind of laser scanner uses infrared light to get 3-D images from object more than 1,000 yards away. ->
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