European researchers are working on 3D technology that does not require a pair of those nerdy glasses and can be viewed from several angles. A project nicknamed HOLOVISION which ended in April of last year was replaced by OSIRIS, which will continue through the end of the year. The resolution is said to be about 10x HDTV with projection engines driven by 9 high-end PCs and holographic imaging film being used. Expect this to not be accessible to the masses for awhile as the first applications will probably be in industry and/or science.
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