Goggles-Free 3D Patent Awarded

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced U.S. Patent 7,858,913 for CSpace, a volumetric, three-dimension projection and display technology. The patent was awarded to the University of Oklahoma under its Sponsored Research Agreement with 3DIcon (www.3dicon....

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced U.S. Patent 7,858,913 for CSpace, a volumetric, three-dimension projection and display technology. The patent was awarded to the University of Oklahoma under its Sponsored Research Agreement with 3DIcon (www.3dicon.net). As is standard in most SRAs, OU owns the patent, and 3DIcon owns the exclusive worldwide marketing rights.

CSpace is a 3D display designed to produce high-resolution full-color, true 3D images. The display does not require special viewing aids or glasses, does not cause viewer fatigue during prolonged use, and is capable of producing translucent images for viewing the inside of images, such as a human organ, cargo containers, baggage, ocean or terrain features, or troop carriers. CSpace is a pure, static 3D display that doesn't require mechanical rotational movement and has the potential to generate 3D images with resolution up to 800 million voxels.
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