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Chinese partners presented future technologies at AmurExpoForum-2014

The exhibition "AmurExpoForum-2014" continues to confirm the theme of this year "Smart City". In particular, the Chinese participants presented holographic screens and 2014D printers of the HORI brand of various modifications at the AmurExpoForum-3 exhibition, the press service of the regional administration reports.

A holographic screen is a rear projection screen that is completely transparent (its base is made of durable glass). A "live" translucent picture seems to "float in the air", creating the illusion of a hologram. While catching the eye, it also allows you to see through the image.

The screen does not take up much space, because it can be placed in any free space. This transparent screen can be suspended from the ceiling, fixed to the floor, or fixed directly to the glass of a shop window. In this case, the image is projected at a certain angle from a projector installed on the floor or hidden behind a suspended ceiling.

One of the samples, presented at the AmurExpoForum-2014 exhibition, looks like a flat aquarium: the “fish” in it are hovering as if in the air. Holographic film can be used in home interiors, in the advertising industry, and so on.

Another company from the PRC introduced 3D printers that "grow" specified products from colored plastic. The product is weaved in a circle from the bottom up from a thin plastic thread. It is fed into the heated area in the extruder (nozzle), liquefies, settles on the surface and instantly solidifies. The computer-controlled movement of the extruder results in a line-by-line formation of a three-dimensional object. Such a printer can produce plastic toys, spare parts for various designs, and more. By the way, the cost of the smallest printer is 65 thousand rubles.

Representative offices of both companies are located in the border city of Heihe.

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