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Tagged: 3-D

  • The Sun in 3-D

    The first 3-D images of the sun are helping researchers better understand its violent storms, which can disrupt satellites.

  • Practical Holographic Video

    Researchers have designed a cheap and small holography system that will work with PCs and gaming consoles.


  • 3-D Nano Images

    IBM researchers have developed a nuclear MRI technique that can see features as small as 90 nanometers.

  • Divine Disorder on the Desktop

    PC users can be as neat or as messy as they like using a new 3-D computer interface based on video-game technology. But can the new software revitalize the creaky desktop metaphor?


  • Restoring Damaged Knees

    A team of researchers has bioengineered a synthetic scaffold that effectively regenerates tissue in torn knee ligaments.

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