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This article was published on December 8, 2010


    Zebra Imaging’s 3D prints. Seriously cool and no glasses required.

    Zebra Imaging’s 3D prints.  Seriously cool and no glasses required.
    Fraser Smith
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    Fraser Smith

    Fraser Smith is an IT consultant based in Shanghai, China. He has over 15 years experience in the media industry working with many major ne Fraser Smith is an IT consultant based in Shanghai, China. He has over 15 years experience in the media industry working with many major news publishers. He is also co-owner and editor of edexpat.com the educational resource for international families, teachers and schools. You can contact Fraser via Twitter by following @FrasSmith.

    Zebra Imaging is showing off these cool 3D prints on their YouTube channel.  The prints are created using traditional of 3D modelling and rendering combined with standard holographic techniques. The resulting holograms  are viewable under normal lighting without the need for special spectacles or viewing apparatus.

    Called ‘ZScapes’ over 8000 prints have already been created for military purposes.  The company is now offering their visualisation services to businessess too at prices ranging from $1500 to $3500 per print, depending on size and complexity.