The Z-Space display is being developed by a California company called Infinite Z. By tracking user’s eye movements with 3D glasses, the display creates not only the illusion of 3 dimensionality – but unlike most 3D systems – it persists the object in fake space.
This ‘visual persistence’ means users can actually ‘look around’ or ‘look under’ an object floating in 3D space. The effect is visually stunning and transformational. The display becomes a true spatial database, rather than a simple 3D POV projection.
Fig-1, ‘Z-Space’ Display enables persistent 3D visualization, so you can look at objects ‘in the round’.
The technique, which the company calls “Virtual Holographic 3-D,” also lets you manipulate virtual objects as if they really were floating just inches in front of you.
Why it matters? The results of interactive and persistent 3D are stunning, and may open new vistas in design, animation, and computer gaming, and augmented reality.
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