Thursday, December 15, 2011

3D movies in the air

Burton The company has created a device that looks more like science fiction than reality. This is a system for projecting images on the air without a physical screen, just exciting oxygen and nitrogen from air.
About a year ago we reported that the University of Arizona had developed the first device that allowed holographic record a scene and display it elsewhere in near real time , or whatever it is, a machine that could dimensional telepresence. Now it seems that business is getting closer to achieving a real device reproducing 3D video without the need for physical support.

3D Aerial, as they have called in Burton, is still under development, but as they say from Popular Science , have managed to create 50,000 points of light per second and a speed of between 10 and 15 frames per second. The conventional video broadcast between 24 and 30 frames per second according to the reproductive system, so that now Aerial 3 D work like the old videos that appeared slightly slowed.

As explained from the brand itself, the system is based on the plasma emission at a specific point. " controlling the position with the axis "x" "y" and "z" is getting real 3D image composed of dots in the air . "


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