|MadSci Network: Physics|
I have an idea for a truly 3d television. I was googling around and saw your post about using two infrared beams to create a visible point where they intersect which is the exact idea I had. Putting an array of lasers on intersecting x and y planes you could have visible points of light in 3d space. Manipulating those points could create essentially pixels. Sounds feasable to me. I don't know if the wavelength of a laser is easily manipulated. If not that'd basically ruin the idea.
Re: Are lasers wavelengths easily manipulated
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