Holographic Technology For Bushfire Management Deployed

A technology invented by Charles Darwin University allows the disaster response team to model a table top 3 dimensional geographic landscape like something out of science fiction.

“High-resolution 3D printed models are used as terrain surfaces over which projected spatial data, landscape process animations and simulations are displayed.”

The potential for this technology cannot be overestimated as far as wide range applications across all geographically related occupations such as agriculture, mining and sustainable energy.

Furthermore, because holographic technology does not rely on close range technological proximity such as with virtual reality, it is not accompanied by the same electromagnetic pollution throughout the brain via the frontal lobe and optical nerve.

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