First shown at this year’s SIGGRAPH convention, this “360 Degree Light Field Display” by USC’s Institute for Creative Technology is capable of producing 3D images that can be viewed by multiple users. Video after the break.

The display consists of a high-speed video projector, a spinning mirror covered by a holographic diffuser, and FPGA circuitry to decode specially rendered DVI video signals. The display uses a standard programmable graphics card to render over 5,000 images per second of interactive 3D graphics, projecting 360-degree views with 1.25 degree separation up to 20 updates per second

[via Newlaunches]