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TriLite Technologies Giant Glasses-free 3D Projector is the First of its Kind

Imagine giant outdoor screens for digital advertising at the hot spots of the world, sports events and concerts, public screenings, digital traffic signage, and more – in autostereoscopic 3D!

TriLite Technologies (Neutal, Austria) is developing a modular autostereoscopic multi-view display with full sunlight readability and up to several thousand 3D viewing zones. The prototype will be demoed at Photonics West from February 10 to February 12, 2015 in San Francisco, CA, USA. Video demo here under.

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LaTV3D, the French New 3D TV Channel

LATV3D will be online soon. The newly created French channel will stream 3D content soon ti your stereoscopic 3DTV set, tablet, or desktop PC. The French CSA  (Conseil Supérieur de l'Audiovisuel) greenflagged the new 3D channel on December 17, 2014. 

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Carbon Fiber 3D Printing at Home is Now Possible

The MarkForged Mark One 3D printer uses a crude-looking white and beige filament and is rather similar to other small 3D printing machines. The wrenches and tools demoed by founder Greg Mark at CES this January 2015 looked like any other 3D-printed object – flimsy and unfinished, but.... they are truly strong! Objects are completely rigid but lightweight (think : frame for a drone quadcopter). The secret: the material used in this printer is a carbon fiber reinforced polyamid resin. Video Demo and pricing here under.

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Dell New Super Thin Tablet Has a 3D camera

The Dell Venue 8 7000 was presented officially at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 in Las Vegas this week for an official coming-out party. With its 6 mm thickness, The Venue 8 7000  is  “the world’s thinnest tablet.” It is available now  for $399 from Dell and Best Buy in the USA.

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