Holographic transmission

Hologram messaging coming of age
“At its heart is a new plastic screen material that will record 3D holographic images time and time again, every two seconds. In the set up described in Nature, 16 cameras recorded 2D images of objects and people from multiple angles That information was then sent to another location using a computer connection. At the remote site, a laser was used to “print” the visual information on to the new photosensitive polymer. The 3D image composed of the 16 perspectives decays naturally, but the laser can write the next “frame” before it completely disappears.”
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BBC News

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