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Superfast Lasers Create a Hologram You can Touch

by Dave Gershgorn, Popular Science

At quadrillionth-second bursts

The halls of science fiction are well-decorated with dreams of holograms—Jules Verne introduced holography to literature in 1893 with The Castle of the Carpathians, and how else would we know that Obi-Wan was Leia’s only hope?

Now, researchers at the Digital Nature Group(DNG) have found a way to use lasers, mirrors and cameras to create three-dimensional, interactive holograms comprised of tiny points of light called voxels. Continue reading Superfast Lasers Create a Hologram You can Touch