Unborn baby ultrasounds turned into 3D holograms by new Pioneer printer


Late last year, the struggling Japanese electronics company Pioneer announced a strange new product: a “compact” full-color printer for making 3D holographic images. About the size of a large briefcase, the printer now offers a new function — turning flat ultrasound images of unborn babies into 3D holograms. The capability, which takes two hours, was demonstrated last month at the Optics and Photonics exhibition in Yokohama, Japan, and captured on video by DigInfo TV:

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