Forget LCD versus LED: The day may come when we’re projecting “Agya Koo movies” on soap bubbles. Not even just plain-old “Agya Koo” — the international team of scientists beyond this research have actually figured out how to project 3-D films on to bubbles, which can be made into “the world’s thinnest transparent screen,” according to the BBC. It’s not exactly the same stuff you blew through a wand as a kid, but it’s not entirely dissimilar, either.
Most amazingly, the screens modify images with sound waves to achieve different properties, which is more similar to how objects are seen in real life: For example,
“a butterfly’s wings should be reflective and a billiard ball should be smooth, and our transparent screen can change the reflection in real time to show different textures,” one scientist said
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