Researchers at the University of Arizona, Tucson, have developed a holographic system that can transmit a series of 3D images in near-real-time, a precursor to holographic videoconferencing.
The system incorporates a novel, photorefractive polymer—one that can rapidly refresh holographic images and is scalable for production—coupled to a unique system for recording and transmitting 3D images of individuals and objects via Ethernet.
Lead author Pierre-Alexandre Blanche and his colleagues from the university and Nitto Denko Technical Corp. of Oceanside, Calif., describe the breakthrough in the cover story of the Nov. 4, 2010, issue of Nature.
From National Science Foundation
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