Zebra Imaging (MIT) Responds to “Holographic Telepresence” Announcement by University of Arizona Researchers (11/8/2010)

Zebra Imaging develops three-dimensional viewing experiences without the need for glasses. The company was founded in 1996 by people at the MIT Media Laboratory.

From the company’s press release:
“Zebra Imaging is a pioneer in the development of both holographic print and motion display technologies with a broad portfolio of intellectual property including more than 80 issued and pending patents”, said Al Wargo, Chairman and CEO of Zebra Imaging. “Real-time, full-parallax 3D display products, not requiring any special eye-wear for viewing, are our core competency and primary mission. We are gratified that others share in this vision but are disappointed to see inaccurate claims and inadequate acknowledgments surrounding the recent announcement by the University of Arizona.” read full press release

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