U.S. Soldiers prepare for a mission using Zebra Imaging's holograms as 3D maps (Image: Zebra Imaging & U.S. Army)
A real-life object is placed on top of a stunning 3D hologram of a butterfly
ZScape holograms of 3D data captured from HD Laser Scanning allow forensic examination and presentation of accident or crime scenes (Image: Zebra Imaging, Leica Geosystems & Precision Simulations, Inc)
Close-up of a ZScape 3D Holographic Print of downtown Seattle (Image: Zebra Imaging & Parsons Brinckerhoff)
Engineering & construction companies use prints to visualize complicated 3D projects such as refineries and power plants (Image: Zebra Imaging & NET Engineering S.p.A)
Holographic ZScape Prints enable natural (no glasses!) 3D viewing and collaboration (Image: Zebra Imaging & Parsons Brinckerhoff)
It wasn't so long ago when those wanting to visualize the landscape around them would have to use a topographic map and a fair bit of imagination. Nowadays we are spoilt by the immersive opportunities offered by the likes of Google Earth, or even GPS technology, but there's nothing quite like a holographic image for recreating a 3D representation of the surrounding terrain on a 2D surface. While the digital holographic prints produced by Zebra Imaging are not exactly as pocket-friendly as maps, they are quite simply stunning.
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