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MTBS3D Catching up with @cybereality (Andre Hernandez) & other MTBS alumni at Oculus Connect! #Oculus http://t.co/Z5JAOFmUxL http://t.co/3OiAPt1Tl8
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MTBS3D RT @cybereality: It's been a great turnout at Oculus Connect. http://t.co/IMCUiRf0NX
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MTBS3D RT @tomshardware: First Night At Oculus Connect - http://t.co/ScBrJOgUSl
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MTBS3D First night at Oculus Connect! http://t.co/kkP92RXTgy http://t.co/roVqZLRIYM
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MTBS3D Nvidia Maxwell GPUs going VR! #NvidiaMaxwell #VR http://t.co/33p2e3vzPe
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MTBS3D We tried out #GearVR and caught up with @ControlVR last night at the @TechCrunch VR Meetup! http://t.co/0ndUwh40pY http://t.co/XcIHCNOdNE
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MTBS3D RT @avaconinc: AvaCon Joins The Immersive Technology Alliance, New #Metaverse Focused Working Group! http://t.co/2JZkQhuBhM via @official_i
MTBS3D Busy weekend coming up in LA! Proto Awards, TechCrunch Meetup and Oculus Connect! #VR #Oculus http://t.co/BjJO7WK2Xn http://t.co/1VPCxKZkxE
MTBS3D SiliconArts and @CubicleNinjas join the ITA! #VR http://t.co/dHmD8VnTg0
MTBS3D @jamesstewart3D moderating a panel with Palmer Luckey at Toronto International Film Fest @TIFF_NET. #VR #oculus #TIFF http://t.co/bv3q1hunUc
MTBS3D Vireio Perception has gone positional! #VR #vireio http://t.co/yLdOw6Aagd
MTBS3D Super Moon in 3D, NBC's The Voice going VR! #supermoon #VR #TheVoice http://t.co/i2kaGNy1h9
MTBS3D Vireio Perception 2.0.4 alpha released with new features! #VR http://t.co/aDBqFCNrU3
MTBS3D Improved uploads/downloads section on MTBS! http://t.co/NzM1FWY32U

Holographic 3-D looks tantalizingly closer in 2012

Holographic 3-D looks tantalizingly closer in 2012

By Nancy Owano

Scientists at Imec believe, as do other researchers, that holographic images are the answer toward resolving the eye strain and headaches that go along with present-day 3-D viewing.

At Imec, their work involves creating moving pixels. They are constructing holographic displays by shining lasers on microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) platforms that can move up and down like small, reflective pistons.

“Holographic visualization promises to offer a natural 3-D experience for multiple viewers, without the undesirable side-effects of current 3D stereoscopic visualization (uncomfortable glasses, strained eyes, fatiguing experience),” the company states.

Read the whole story here.