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CUT5 13.2

Computers: Understanding Tech 5e 13.2

3-D printing (3-DP) The ability to use printer-like technology to output three-dimensional objects using one of a variety of materials. Also called additive manufacturing.
additive manufacturing See 3-D printing (3-DP).
.stl file name extension From stereolithography, the name used for 3-D printing in an early patent. The file name extension used by one of the most widely used 3-D file formats.
hologram An image generally created by splitting laser light so it appears as a full 3-D image, either still or in motion. It may appear to float, or may be projected so it appears positioned on a surface.
Quantum Photonic Imager (QPI) A microchip containing micro LEDs which makes it possible to layer light to create floating hologram images. The chip can control the color, brightness, and angle of each tiny light beam.
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