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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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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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Not Only on TV – Holographic Video

Not Only on TV – Holographic Video

A team of researchers under the direction of Michael Bove, Head of the Consumer Electronics Lab at MIT, have developed a 3D holographic video system, which they say could bring 3D video displays to consumer and medical markets in the ...

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Follow Up – Mempile Answers your Questions

Due to the overwhelming worldwide reaction to TFOT’s “Mempile – Terabyte on a CD” article and the numerous questions posted both here and on many other websites the company decided to grant us an additional Q&A published here for the ...

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Mempile – Terabyte on a CD

Mempile – Terabyte on a CD

Revolutionary new optical-storage technology currently under development will allow the equivalent of 250,000 high-quality MP3s or more than 115 DVD-quality movies and about 40 HD movies on a single CD-size medium. At 200 layers a disc, future versions of the ...

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High-Speed Data Delivery – Fact or Fiction?

High-Speed Data Delivery – Fact or Fiction?

Access Optical Networks Inc. (AON) is developing a technology, which has the potential of significantly increasing the speed in which data is transferred through network systems. The speed of networks and the need to connect computers and storage devices to ...

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2006 in Technology

In 2006, we covered numerous innovative technologies ranging from true 3D displays to robotic flying insects. We covered success stories, such as the Israeli ramjet rocket built by students and embarrassing moments such as Honda’s ASIMO robot’s fall in a ...

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The Return of the 3D Crystal Ball

The Return of the 3D Crystal Ball

A true 3D display has been a dream of many for years. Although various three-dimensional technologies have been developed in recent years, few are able to display real time 3D images and video from any angle in the same way ...

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