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Holographic Imaging System Could Let Firefighters See Through Flames To Rescue Victims
Rescue workers may soon have a new tool to locate victims amid the blinding smoke and chaotic flames of a house fire.
Carbon Nanotubes Generate The Smallest 3-D Hologram Pixels Ever
Ever-tinier pixels mean ever-higher resolutions and a wider angle of view for the holographic systems of the future.
Holographic Microscope Detects Bacteria on the Cheap
Researchers at UCLA have built a cheap, optics-free holographic microscope capable of detecting bacteria like E. coli in things like … Continued
Holograms Powered By Quantum Effects Can Show True Color From Any Angle
A new type of hologram harnesses a quantum effect and uses ordinary light to make 3-D still images. Future 3-D … Continued
MIT’s Kinect-Powered Real-Time Hologram System Could Bring Holographic Video Chat Home
When we last looked in on holographic telepresence tech, a University of Arizona team was impressively streaming near-real-time three-dimensional moving … Continued
In 2022 World Cup Bid, Japan Offers to Broadcast Live, Full-Scale 3-D Holographic Games on Fields Worldwide
When Germany hosted the 2006 World Cup, people flocked to public parks, arenas, and sporting stadiums worldwide to watch the … Continued