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Holographic Pixel Concept - Video 10/10

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Uploaded on Dec 4, 2009

This is the final video of my series and the last video that I will make. This is a continuation of what I started in the last video. In video 9 I showed a concept of a 3D pixel which can show at least 11 different angles.

This video will go into deeper details as far as how you can take the 3D pixel concept and use it for a pixel that can show images from any angle just like a holograph. This "holographic pixel" actually uses 41 sub-pixels to show an image from any angle. For the time being I would rather call it a "surround pixel" instead of a "holographic pixel".

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