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Quantum to Cosmos: How do they make things 3d?

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One of the exhibits at Perimeter Institute’s Quantum to Cosmos festival. Polarized light, a special type of light with fascinating properties, is used to detect stresses in materials, make 3D eye-popping images, and to create stunning photographs. Come and explore the world of polarized light through this interactive exhibit.

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