A panel on the facade of a shopping mall in China creates a “three-dimensional” effect without the need for 3D glasses. Technologies from Back to the Future 2 are already at the crossroads of China. On October 1, a large curved panel appeared on the facade of a shopping center in the business district of Chengdu, China. In addition to standard advertising, the panel showed videos with a 3D effect that can be seen without special devices. The video went viral on Weibo and then on Twitter and Reddit. The technology reminded users of a scene from Back to the Future 2, where a hologram shark “attacks” Marty near the cinema. The most popular video was the flight of a spaceship, which seems to be sent from the screen to a busy street. To create the effect of depth, you need to look at the screen from a certain angle. According to a Red Star News reporter, there are other 3D demo videos. A similar technology was used in South Korea in the spring of 2020. The largest advertising display in Seoul depicted the giant anamorphic “Wave” illusion. “Anamorphic technique creates an optical illusion with depth of the image, which allows you to reproduce the effect of a real wave,” explained the art director of the project. – Edwards Aquifer Authority

A panel on the facade of a shopping mall in China creates a “three-dimensional” effect without the need for 3D glasses. Technologies from Back to the Future 2 are already at the crossroads of China. On October 1, a large curved panel appeared on the facade of a shopping center in the business district of Chengdu, China. In addition to standard advertising, the panel showed videos with a 3D effect that can be seen without special devices. The video went viral on Weibo and then on Twitter and Reddit. The technology reminded users of a scene from Back to the Future 2, where a hologram shark “attacks” Marty near the cinema. The most popular video was the flight of a spaceship, which seems to be sent from the screen to a busy street. To create the effect of depth, you need to look at the screen from a certain angle. According to a Red Star News reporter, there are other 3D demo videos. A similar technology was used in South Korea in the spring of 2020. The largest advertising display in Seoul depicted the giant anamorphic “Wave” illusion. “Anamorphic technique creates an optical illusion with depth of the image, which allows you to reproduce the effect of a real wave,” explained the art director of the project.

A panel on the facade of a shopping mall in China creates a “three-dimensional” effect without the need for 3D glasses. Technologies from Back to the Future 2 are already at the crossroads of China. On October 1, a large curved panel appeared on the facade of a shopping center in the business district of Chengdu, China. In addition to standard advertising, the panel showed videos with a 3D effect that can be seen without special devices. The video went viral on Weibo and then on Twitter and Reddit.

The technology reminded users of a scene from Back to the Future 2, where Translate word “TRASTES” from Spanish to English a hologram shark “attacks” Marty near the cinema. The most popular video was the flight of a spaceship, which seems to be sent from the screen to a busy street. To create the effect of depth, you need to look at the screen from a certain angle.

According to a Red Star News reporter, there are other 3D demo videos. A similar technology was used in South Korea in the spring of 2020. The largest advertising display in Seoul depicted the giant anamorphic “Wave” illusion. “Anamorphic technique creates an optical illusion with depth of the image, which allows you to reproduce the effect of a real wave,” explained the art director of the project.

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