U.K. researchers use directed ultrasound waves to approximate tactile sensation.
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An artist imagines the future of technology and signage in public spaces.
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An innovative solution could lead to cheap holographic video for consumer electronic devices. Continue reading →
Scientists have found a way to make 3-D, hologram-like displays for tiny screens using inexpensive, readily available parts.
A project called New Dimensions in Testimony is creating three-dimensional holograms of nearly a dozen Holocaust survivors. ->