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Nike Launched A Holographic 3D Advertising Campaign

Nike Launched A Holographic 3D Advertising Campaign

The Nike Free HOLOCUBE Nike Free Nike was always an innovator, in advertisement as well as in sportswear. Recently the company launched a campaign for a super flexible athletic sneakers by using 3-D holographic ad displayed on special street signs ...

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Samsung Announces First Ever 2D/3D Lens

Samsung Announces First Ever 2D/3D Lens

The Samsung NX300 – Retro Design The Samsung NX300 – Side View The Samsung NX300 – Dails The Samsung NX300 – Flip LCD Samsung announced today a new mirrorless camera named NX300 and the first ever 2D/3D lens for mirrorless ...

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Mantis Vision – Portable Scanning in 3D

Mantis Vision – Portable Scanning in 3D

The Mantis Vision F5 3D scanner The F5 3D scanner and handheld unit Image of the F5 3D scanner and handheld unit The F5-SR scanner for short range 3D scanning An Israeli company developed a small, portable hand held scanner ...

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Disney Working on Printed Optics

Disney Working on Printed Optics

3D printed chess with optical and electronical component (Credit: Karl D.D. Willis) Researchers working for Disney Research in Pittsburgh have demonstrated how different types of electronics and optic components can be created using a 3D printer. These components can be ...

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ZeroN – Computerized Levitation

ZeroN – Computerized Levitation

ZeroN in action MIT research student developed a unique physical/digital levitating device which can help people interact with computers in real 3D space. The new technology can be used for both educational and recreational purposes and it can even simulate ...

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3D X-Ray Images Get Closer to Reality

3D X-Ray Images Get Closer to Reality

Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) and several Russian colleagues have made significant strides toward coherent, three-dimensional x-rays that could lead to real-time three dimensional medical imaging. The scientists focus an optical laser into concentrations of gas, causing them ...

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