This 3D hologram technology allows one to feel a moving image as if it were real. As virtual reality software grows more popular, this sound sculpting invention makes something that was once impossible real.
The touchable 3D hologram technology enables users to handle and touch floating objects that appear before their eyes. Though still in its development stages, the software is designed for use in the medical fields with an aim to help doctors to further understand specific injuries and conditions suffered by patients. The system allows doctors to virtually reach inside a patient's body to examine injuries in detail.
The innovative program was developed by scientists at the University of Bristol and is a revolutionary way to approach modern medicine.