MIT Could Make Inexpensive 3D Holograms A Reality

MIT Could Make Inexpensive 3D Holograms A Reality
technology

Researchers at the school's Media Lab are developing a prototype color video display using an optical chip that only cost $10 to build.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 june 2013

Researchers at MIT’s Media Lab have reported a new approach to generating holograms that could lead to the production of inexpensive color holographic-video displays. The same approach also renders much higher resolution 2D displays with lower power consumption.

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