This is a glimpse into the future of 3D technology, utterly fascinating.
A new, truly 360-degree 3-D display has been developed by researchers at Osaka University. The fog display is created by three projectors each beaming a different image into a column of thin fog, making the resulting image appear 3-dimensional from all angles. This technique means that viewers can physically walk around the display to see it from different vantage points without losing the 3-D effect.
My colleagues at Kean University have been using CAVEâ¢ Virtual Reality for their research and teaching, in which the user can immerse themselves in the 3D experience. The Osaka researchers' use of fog is truly brilliant!
That display has the possibility of one day being 3d, but right now is just 3 2D views. the multiple projector, lenticular screen, retrofeflector screen display was a much cleaner implementation of a similar concept, (directional scatter)http://people.csail.mit.edu/wojciech/3DTV/index.html. The dual lenticular, rear projection display seems to be the equivalent of this technique.
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