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Credit: BBC Broadcast Archive
Clip #: 004-95-13ECSD
Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive

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Transmission date: 04 January, 1995
Release info: Not released. More information
Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 004-95-13EC
Clip length: 00:02:09:00

British scientists have developed a new kind of television which... Stock Footage Video1990-1999,Archival,BBC Archives,Human Interest,Image,Looking,New,Scientist,TurningPhotographer Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive British scientists have developed a new kind of television which turns ordinary pictures into what looks like three dimensional images. It has reflections to trick the brain into seeing depth<br>Guid: ANBI504Y<br>Story Number: 004/95/13EC
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