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In Isaac Asimov’s Foundation trilogy, written in the 1940s but about the distant future, he describes a device that plays a recording of a 3D moving image with sound. The display device is a glass cube, in which the viewer sees a human figure talking—something like a talking head on television, but in 3D. Asimov does not explicitly say this, but the impression is that the image inhabits the 3D space inside the cube; people can watch from all around, but the people at the back will see only th...

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