See virtual worlds in the round

 作者:冷匡     |      日期:2019-03-03 01:20:02
By Celeste Biever A GOLDFISH bowl in which 3D video images appear suspended in mid-air could help surgeons target tumours more precisely, air-traffic controllers prevent air accidents, and drug designers better understand the structures of promising molecules. “On a 2D screen, a protein molecule looks like tangled spaghetti. But when it appears in our machine, you begin to fully grasp its 3D structure,” says Gregg Favalora of Actuality Systems, which is behind the $40,000 display. As Favalora walks around his display,