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3D Holographic Display System Is Almost Here!

The researchers at the ICT Graphics Lab at University of Southern California have created a low-cost 3D holographic display system ... and what image did they choose to showcase the technology? The TIE Fighter from Star Wars!

http://gl.ict.usc.edu/Research/3DDisplay/ - via Wired's Gadget Lab, Thanks Brendan Leahy!


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This is a pretty ancient idea, though I hope it gets further than the one shown on Tomorrow's World in the 90s. IIRC they used a phosphor coated spinning helix and a laser which excited it.
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I called my little Star Wars freak 9 year old son over to see this article. This is a direct quote from him:

"OK. I think the 21st century is finally starting to get to what it's supposed to be."
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This is no more a hologram than any other persistence of vision gadget. Different viewpoints of an object are generated and reflected off of a moving mirror -- big deal. You wanna try putting your hand into that?
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