A new device developed by Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology uses lasers to project 'real' 3D images into the ether. A special projector can cast three-dimensional shapes of white light between 2 and 3-meters into the air.
Three dimensional images in the Air is a collaborative research project between the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and Keio University in collaboration with Burton Inc.(Japan)
We have used laser produced plasma technology to make a flashpoint in the air.
We have greatly improved the brightness, contrast, and production distance of the plasma by optimizing the laser beams.
Using a laser plasma, we have been the first to succeed in displaying 'real 3D images' in a space where there is nothing but air.