'True 3D' Display Using Laser Plasma Technology

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+21 1. FatHorse commented 13 years ago

Really???! We can't do better than this yet? I mean... Come on... it looks so bad, and still only one color... :O

Ah well... My sad shattered illusions... :x
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+8 2. loscohones commented 13 years ago

not quite what i expected but hey... they can use it in clubs >:)
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+9 3. mmmendal commented 13 years ago

They should have done the Darth Vader simulation and in blue color.
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+6 4. rootkit commented 13 years ago

#1 Surely just a prototype. Where do you think started the development of Star Trek's holodeck? :P
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+10 5. krillemaster commented 13 years ago

#1 it might look better irl, the camera could suck =)
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+9 6. beerholder commented 13 years ago

I'm finding it quite sad that the greatest progress science does today is in entertainment and beauty medicine...
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+3 7. p00nie commented 13 years ago

I know it doesn't look as appealing, but don't forget that things like this will be flickering on a video, something to do with camera's frame rates., therefore to a human eye it will look steady.
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+6 8. bridgen41 commented 13 years ago

Saw this kinnda shit at bestival this year, trust me its trippy as f*ck
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0 9. Sebastien commented 13 years ago

#4 in a script, right?
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0 10. moese commented 13 years ago

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0 11. D-Pen commented 13 years ago

I believe the same technology was used in the VMA on Katy Perry's performance a few days ago. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6wutZEvpNY

If 3 different colors could be used (or small enough to "stack";), it is probably possible to have a full spectrum of colors.
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0 12. sirval commented 13 years ago

well, they could do a remake of the Matrix