DIY 3D Hologram Projector

Do you want to watch something in 3D minus the 3D glasses?
Do you want to watch something in 3D minus the 3D glasses?

3D has been a buzzword in the technology industry for years. Ever since Avatar brought 3D cinema back into the public eye, there’s been a resurgence of interest in 3D technologies.

Now we see 3D TVs , 3D computer monitors, 3D videogames, portable 3D games consoles,  3D Blu-rays, 3D web streaming. There is even something called 3D sound!

The fascination is obvious. Watching things in 3D can be utterly fascinating, don’t you think so? The photos or videos seem more life-like. But although there are 3D television sets sold today, they come with a hefty price tag. Since not everybody can afford one, we either stick to the basics or we come up with an alternative.

This 3D hologram projector is an entertaining project kids and adults will surely love.
This 3D hologram projector is an entertaining project kids and adults will surely love.

Fortunately, watching in 3D is now possible through this DIY project – a 3D hologram projector. No, you won’t have to spend a lot of money for this. You can recycle an old transparent CD case and if you have a smartphone or tablet, you’re all set.

While this project cannot replace the full 3D effect, it’s a great source of entertainment. This is pretty amazing, I must say. Kids, and kids-at-heart, will surely love this.

Materials:

  • Smartphone
  • Graph paper
  • CD case
  • Super glue/tape

Tools:

  • Pen
  • Scissors
  • Glass cutter or knife

Click on any image to start lightbox display. Use your Esc key to close the lightbox.

Want your own 3D hologram projector? Learn how to make one by watching this video.

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