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3DPrinted Acoustic Holograms Could Move Objects in Midair
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3Dprinted plastic blocks can now be turned into acoustic holograms that generate 3D shapes made of sound, which could function like sonic "tractor beams," according to a new study. This could lead to innovative ways to manipulate objects in midair
3-D Printed Plastic Blocks Generate Complex Acoustic HologramsIEEE Spectrum
MIT researchers create hologram with soundPerfScience
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Live Science

3DPrinted Acoustic Holograms Could Move Objects in Midair
Live Science
3Dprinted plastic blocks can now be turned into acoustic holograms that generate 3D shapes made of sound, which could function like sonic "tractor beams," according to a new study. This could lead to innovative ways to manipulate objects in midair
3-D Printed Plastic Blocks Generate Complex Acoustic HologramsIEEE Spectrum
MIT researchers create hologram with soundPerfScience
Immortal NewsImmortal News
Gizmodo
all 13 news articles »

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