3D Imaging - Hologram Like Display

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Ontario, Canada


3-sided 3D Hologram-Like Display

3D hologram-like technology originated as an illusionary technique used in theatres across London in the 1860s to create ghost-like objects on stage. Hidden from the audience's view, an object would be placed in front of an angled plate of glass. The audience would be able to see the glass, but not the object directly. Special angled lighting would reflect the object's image into the plate of glass and a transparent floating reflection would appear in front of the audience.