Japanese Scientists Devised a Touchable Hologram


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Dr. Yoichi Ochi of Tsukuba University and his team have come up with an unique way to display 3D holograms that are touchable using a technology called femtosecond laser technology. The technology uses pulses that can be manipulated with human touch. Combined with mirrors and cameras, the rapid, high-intensity lasers direct tiny light points called voxels in certain directions to produce images of up to 200,000 dots per second of resolution.

As reported in Tech Times on December 1, 2015.

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