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    Default Impressive 3D POV display

    Stumbled across a neat project this morning.

    http://hackaday.com/2014/04/21/volum...t/#more-120345

    ...and the guy who created it is only 19 years old.

    -Sal

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    Wonder what it costs?

    Adam

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    Wow!!! I want one of these!

    I imagine a larger version with higher resolution and the ability to stream content to it. To have such a device hanging from the ceiling or mounted on a platform in the middle of a room would be . . . awesome!!!
    "Help, help, I'm being repressed!"

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    Wonder what it costs?
    Since its being marketed as an advertising tool, I bet its got a corporation sized price tag.

    Wow!!! I want one of these!
    DK, that room of yours is already more sophisticated than most clubs that I have been to... you better get two

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    Quote Originally Posted by discothefunkyhippo View Post
    DK, that room of yours is already more sophisticated than most clubs that I have been to... you better get two
    Well, laser debt is eating at me at the moment, but this would be fun! I am imagining a larger model mounted in a cylinder that decends from inside the ceiling. Perhaps it won't just be my sci-fi fantasy in 5+ years.
    "Help, help, I'm being repressed!"

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    ... I'm remembering the >20 years old "Felix"-3D-display where a white/translucent Archimedic spiral was rotating as '3D-screen' and the bright pixels were projected by a laser from top or bottom.

    It's essentially the same concept ... only the 'pixels' were timed LED's ...

    Viktor

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