You can see in this picture, what started out as yellow squares, now elongated into 3d rectangular blocks. Â At the lab, we tried a reciprocating saw to move the screen. Â You can sort of see in this video that it does eventually end up being a smooth effect. Â With a little bit of acceleration monitoring worked into a 3D POV displaying application, we’ll be able to display full on holographs. Â Maybe even true holographic vision using 2 small ones worn as glasses. Â We can even have another screen on the bottom for an underside view. Â I also envisionÂ this being a desktop display with clear touch surface sides allowing the user to interact with the hologram. Â Please share any 3d POV things you come up with! Â A virtual Obi Wan Kenobi handshake anyone?
Posted in: Arts, code, Craft, electronics, hacking, photography, projectsPublished: September 1, 2010