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Cheoptics360 is a holographic projector. It displays revolving 3D animations or special video sequences inside a four-sided transparent pyramid. The device was developed in 2004 by Dutch engineers and designers from viZoo and Ramboll.
The image is based on mirror reflections. It is made out of steel, aluminum, and glass. It is often used for retail environments and exhibitions. It is known for showing 360° images in any lighting condition. It creates these images by displaying objects in a pyramid glass chamber.
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