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Maps in 3D Holographic Prints, Glasses Not Needed
By Technology / IO, 08 Dec 2010
Zebra Imaging is a company specializing in 3D holographic prints that don’t need those clunky glasses. One of its uses is in cartography; maps can be printed in 3D that users can view from any angle (see video above).
The technology can be used to represent any sort of data in holographic form, and the company claims over 8,000 images have been “utilized by the US military overseas for visualization and defense planning applications”.
The prints come at a price, though. A 12” x 18” print starts at US$1,500 and a larger 2’ x 3’ size goes up to US$3,500.
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