3D Plasma Display

February 19th, 2006 | Filed under: Future, Technology, Video | 1 Comment »

The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST, President: Hiroyuki Yoshikawa) and Keio University (President: Yuichiro Anzai), in collaboration with Burton Inc. (CEO: Hideki Kimura), have succeeded in the experimental fabrication of a device displaying “real 3D images” which consist of dot arrays in space where there is nothing but air.

via Interactive Architecture dot org

One Comment on “3D Plasma Display”

  1. 1 Ted Smith said at 10:05 pm on February 21st, 2006:

    Networking: The end of ‘shoulder surfing?
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