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Worlds first 3d display developed

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  1. wazzledoozle

    wazzledoozle New Member

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    The world's first interactive 3D display has been developed by IO2 Technology. HelioDisplay creates 3D displays in the air using lasers, drawing input from computers, TVs and DVDs. It also allows interactive applications to be controlled by a finger, instead of a mouse. "Our first generation version, the Heliodisplay, projects TV, streaming video and computer images into free space, (mid-air)", the company's website claims.

    Images:

    http://www.io2technology.com/dojo/2...chnology/images

    Video's:

    http://media.io2technology.com/HELIO-knife.avi

    http://media.io2technology.com/HELIO-watch.avi

    http://media.io2technology.com/HELIO-medical.avi

    http://media.io2technology.com/HELIO-military.avi

    Mirrors for videos-
    http://www.linneberg.com/rpgpics/HELIO-military.avi
    http://www.linneberg.com/rpgpics/HELIO-knife.avi
    http://www.linneberg.com/rpgpics/HELIO-medical.avi
    http://www.linneberg.com/rpgpics/HELIO-watch.avi
     
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    Oooohhhh... that is cool. :)
     
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    it is soo cool i cant see it because the server is full
     
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    I just don't know why the whole image has to flap like a flag in the wind though?! :confused: And they don't give any evidence that someone isn't just moving the image on the laptop while the guy moves his hand through it... Although thinking like that is in my nature I guess. ;) But the 3D image in itself is very exciting! :D
     

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