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http://www.iflscience.com/technology/how-turn-your-smartphone-3d-hologram-projector

http://www.iflscience.com/technology/how-turn-your-smartphone-3d-hologram-projector

Holograms 3D Holographic Projection - Laser Magic Productions

Holograms 3D Holographic Projection - Laser Magic Productions

Audi is proposing a novel shopping experience with its new digital 'cyberstore' concept, using the very latest digital technology to create an immersive environment for car buyers. The first 'Audi City' store has just opened in London, but Wallpaper* f...

Audi is proposing a novel shopping experience with its new digital 'cyberstore' concept, using the very latest digital technology to create an immersive environment for car buyers. The first 'Audi City' store has just opened in London, but Wallpaper* f...

A field of falling water that pauses wherever a human body is detected, Rain Room offers visitors the experience of controlling the rain. Random International. Rain Room. 2012. Photo courtesy of the artist

A field of falling water that pauses wherever a human body is detected, Rain Room offers visitors the experience of controlling the rain. Random International. Rain Room. 2012. Photo courtesy of the artist

James Turrell Blue Guggenheim

James Turrell Blue Guggenheim

Samsung 837 Opens Its Doors In The Heart of NYC Marking the First-of-its-Kind Cultural Destination, Digital Playground and Marketing Center…

Samsung 837 Opens Its Doors In The Heart of NYC Marking the First-of-its-Kind Cultural Destination, Digital Playground and Marketing Center…

japanese art collective teamlab presents 'living digital space and future parks' at pace art + technology in menlo part.

japanese art collective teamlab presents 'living digital space and future parks' at pace art + technology in menlo part.

PERIODIC TABLE at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. - YouTube

PERIODIC TABLE at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. - YouTube

Japanese studio teamLab is examining the beauty of outer space right here on Earth—more specifically in the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo. The exhibit, entitled Universe of Water Particles Under Satellite’s Gravity, consists of two parts: a giant model of the ALOS-2 satellite and a stunning projection-mapped waterfall rendered in ridiculous detail.

Japanese studio teamLab is examining the beauty of outer space right here on Earth—more specifically in the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo. The exhibit, entitled Universe of Water Particles Under Satellite’s Gravity, consists of two parts: a giant model of the ALOS-2 satellite and a stunning projection-mapped waterfall rendered in ridiculous detail.

Cool Mural, somebody should do one for San Francisco

Cool Mural, somebody should do one for San Francisco