Viewers may soon be able to watch films on soap bubbles – after researchers developed a technology to project images on a screen made of soap film. An international team produced a display that uses ultrasonic sound waves to alter film’s properties and create either a flat or a 3D image. The bubble mixture is more complex than the one sold in stores for children, but soap is still the main ingredient. The team says the display is the world’s thinnest transparent screen.
Soap Bubble 3D Display ScreenPublished July 6, 2012 Uncategorized Leave a Comment
Tags: 3D image, Alexis Oyama, Carnegie Mellon University, Display Screen, Dr Ochiai, Japan, Keisuke Toyoshima, optics, reflectance, science, soap bubble, soap film, surface tension, technology, transparency, University of Tsukuba