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Gene Dolgoff Is Taking 3D Imagery To A Whole New Level. Again.

Gene Dolgoff changed your life and you don’t even know it. In 1963, at the age of 13, he invented a 3D television that was exhibited in the Brooklyn Museum of Art. From that early start, he went on to pioneer holographs in the ’60s, create the world’s first digital projector in 1984, and is now poised to completely change the way we interact with our entertainment devices by making them all 3D–easily and...

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