November 15, 2010

UA Develops Holographs

MIT played around with holographic displays back in the 80's and the technology has been upgraded by various groups since then. The University of Arizona is one of these with a prototype that can refresh in only 2 seconds. Using ATPD/CAAN (polyacrylic tetraphenyldiaminobiphenyl/carbaldehyde aniline) and cameras, 2D pictures are taken and a computer coverts them into data. This is fed to a laser recording system that shoots them via Ethernet to a selected location. Perhaps George Lucas can use it in his next "Star Wars" prequel/sequel.

Via UA News

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at November 15, 2010 8:55 AM

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