3D Imaging Technology - 9 Dimensional Assessment (Technical Insights)

Advanced Imaging Technologies Enabling Next Generation Applications

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There have been rapid developments in three-dimensional (3D) imaging technologies. The hardware configurations have improved and have become cheaper which makes the real time, interactive 3D imaging applications available to everyone. With the 3D imaging technologies making a mark in this world, investors are flocking to the entrepreneurs and the start-ups aiming for a share in the 3D imaging market, which has a huge potential for growth in the future.

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Executive SummaryResearch OutlineNine Dimensional Analysis of Technology Key FindingsKey FindingsIndustry OverviewTechnology SnapshotDepth CuesTechnology CategorizationAnaglyphStereoscopyAutostereoscopyHolographyVolumetric Display3D Modeling and 3D ScanningLayout and Animation and 3D RenderingStructured Light and Time-of-FlightKey Industry Drivers and ChallengesConsortiums Driving DevelopmentsGrowth OpportunitiesYear of ImpactWide Scale AdoptionMarket PotentialMarket TrendsGlobal FootprintGlobal Development LandscapeIP Activity - Patent AnalysisPatent LandscapeFundingFunding ScenarioFunding Scenario (continued)Breadth of IndustriesBreadth of IndustriesMegatrend ImpactMegatrend InfluencePotential Points of ConvergenceNew Market OpportunitiesSize of Innovation EcosystemInnovation EcosystemConclusionLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices

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