By using an infared laser that pulses off several reflectors to create 100 dots of plasma per second, Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) was able to create a true three dimensional display. This technology was demonstrated at SIGGRAPH 2006, video after the jump. Additional information here.

The display does not rely on any sort of optical illusion or disorientation. Instead, infrared lasers are aligned to converge and create small amounts of plasma

[via DailyTechzipped]

By using an infared laser that pulses off several reflectors to create 100 dots of plasma per second, Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) was able to create a true three dimensional display. This technology was demonstrated at SIGGRAPH 2006, video after the jump. Additional information here.

The display does not rely on any sort of optical illusion or disorientation. Instead, infrared lasers are aligned to converge and create small amounts of plasma

[via DailyTechzipped]