Researchers analyze performance of first updatable holographic 3D display
3D 'holographic' display seems to have ripped off patented technology (w/ Video)
Japan's mobile phone marvels go back to the future
In the Japan of 2020 a stressed-out salaryman may unwind from his hectic futuristic lifestyle by time-travelling back a few centuries and taking a virtual stroll through medieval Tokyo.
Security ID cards with built-in holograms (w/ Video)
Touchable Hologram Becomes Reality (w/ Video)
Capturing images in non-traditional way may benefit AF
New research in imaging may lead to advancements for the Air Force in data encryption and wide-area photography with high resolution.
Explosives prevent technology theft
Product piracy causes billions worth of damage worldwide. A combination of visible and invisible copy protection is really effective against this. Explosive embossing is an economical procedure and can be ...
Presto! Fast color-changing material may lead to more powerful computers (w/Video)
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers in Japan are reporting development of a new so-called "photochromic" material that changes color thousands of times faster than conventional materials when exposed to light.
Who cares about the fourth dimension?
Austrian scientists are trying to understand the mysteries of the holographic principle: How many dimensions are there in our universe?