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Researchers create 3D display you can see, hear and feel

The display uses ultrasound to deliver 3D visuals and audible sound, as well as tactile feedback

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A new display produces stunning three-dimensional images, by illuminating a small plastic bead which is levitated using ultrasound. This allows the display to be visible as well as to create audible sound and tactile feedback.

Nature reporter Lizzie Gibney travels to the University of Sussex in the UK to learn more.

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