Monday, July 5, 2010

In the News: Tetris On A 3D Display Made Of Water

Carnegie Mellon University scientists have created three-dimensional Tetris using a projector and layers of water that falls in curtains, creating actual 3D figures.  Resolution?  "Each screen is formed by water droplets falling from 50 stainless-steel needles. The needles release their droplets in unison, with 60 such lines created every second."

[New Scientist via Kotaku]

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