A new projector only needs fog to display 3D objects

March 18, in 3d

Researchers and students at the University of Osaka in Japan have created a new type of 3D projector, one that only requires two simple projectors. And some fog. Actually, a lot of fog. As Image-Acquire.com reports, the projector works by beaming two images from two regular projectors set slightly apart, onto the surface of fog molecules, so we can actually see what is being projected. And as you can see above, it works pretty well. Especially if you’re interested in 3D images of bunnies.

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