The Carnegie Mellon University is a true blue breeding ground for great ideas, and this time round we have this project that transforms a trio of water walls into a 3D display screen. The whole system will rely on three lines of needle thin droplets to release a row of water, which in turn symbolizes one line of pixels. All three rows are perfectly timed in order for neither to obstructing any of the other two. A solitary projector will then project the image onto the “walls”, resulting in a trio of images which appear to be floating in mid-air. Innovative yet bizarre, this 3D effect is replicated without the need for any special 3D glasses. This seems more suitable to be a piece of artwork than a true blue entertainment display.
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