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Fog display

A fog display, fog screen, vapor screen or vapor display is a system that uses haze machines or water vapor to create a semi-transparent wall, or "curtain" of suspended particles which trapped in a thin sheet (Laminar Flow) of air and are illuminated by a projector,[1] in order to produce a display whose images seem to float in mid air.[2] Several commercial such systems exist, such as FogScreen, Displair and Heliodisplay.

This system can be expanded using multiple projectors to create a three-dimensional image, thus becoming a volumetric 3D display.[3]

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  1. ^ "How To: DIY (Improved) Inexpensive Fog Screen - Blog". proSauce. 2012-06-10. Retrieved 2013-10-23. 
  2. ^ Ragan, Sean Michael (4 January 2012). "Princess Leia "Hologram" Vapor Display". MAKE:. Blog.makezine.com. Retrieved 23 October 2013. 
  3. ^ Stevens, Tim (17 March 2011). "3D fog projection display brings purple bunnies to life, just in time to lay chocolate eggs (video)".  
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