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Technology behind a 3D Photo Crystal

Posted on Apr 24, 2014

3D Photo crystals are made using special laser beam, and proprietary micro-laser software guides the beam along the XYZ axis.  The laser beam penetrates the surface of the crystal, focuses to a precise point below the surface of the crystal, and burns a micro-fracture that is invisible to the naked eyes. After repeating the process and injecting hundreds of thousands of burns, your selected image is formed, impressively suspended in the centre of an optic crystal block.  As laser beams are non-invasive, no marks or blemishes are left on the surface of the crystal, and the surfaces appear completely untouched. When viewed from any angle the intricate design is viewed much like a three dimensional sculpture.