In December 2017, Cia, a privately held company, announced a partnership with Astral Group, a California-based technology company, to use the company’s technology to project images on to the sky.
Cia’s project power technology allows people to create and share 3D images with their loved ones using a smartphone, tablet, or PC.
Astral’s power will be used to project holographic images of people, animals, and other objects that are within its 3D field of view.
When people gaze at an object, they are able to “see” its holographic representation in the sky, and the images themselves can then be shared through social media and other apps.
For those who have experienced astral projections before, the concept of projecting 3D holograms onto the sky is simple and familiar.
But this time, the technology can also be used for some other types of personal projects, like building a tree.
“There is a tremendous amount of interest in the field of 3D printing, and it is a great opportunity for a startup to make a quick impact,” said Andrew Johnson, the Cia co-founder and CEO.
“We think Cia can help build a whole new industry of high quality, high-end, 3D-printed products that have the potential to make people more empowered in their daily lives.”
Astral will initially use Cia Project Power technology to create a 3D tree for a Christmas tree, with the tree being projected onto a Cia map, which has an adjustable scale that allows people with different heights and heights of trees to make their own custom 3D model of the tree.
After the tree is built, people will be able to upload their own 3D models of the trees, which will then be available to download to others for free.
The Cia project power system will be made available to other companies as well, including companies that are working to improve the health of our planet and improve the quality of life for those living on it.
“With the CIA Project Power, the company can bring a powerful new technology to the table that allows anyone to bring real-time 3D visualizations of their surroundings to life in real time,” said John Gagnon, a co-owner of Astral.
“This is a fantastic way for Cia to demonstrate its 3DS technology and give consumers a reason to invest in its products.”
3D Tree, 3DS Project Power: The CIA 3DS project power is the same technology that was used to create the tree in the first place, and Gagnone says it will work similarly in future.
The technology is also compatible with the iPhone, and could be integrated into other products, such as wearable devices.
CIA’s 3DS projector technology can project a 3-D image of a tree onto a map, and then users can upload that image to the Cía Project Power app for users to download.
In addition to the tree, the app will also be able bring other 3D objects to life, including a tree trunk, a flower pot, a tree pole, and more.
For more information, visit Cia.com.