Imagine three architects meeting to discuss designs for a new building. Instead of awkward armfuls of rolled-up blueprints and bulky scale models, the architects bring small white cards. As each card is flipped over, a three-dimensional image of the proposed structure appears, seemingly floating in the air just above the card. The images can be rotated and observed from any angle while the architects make observations, point out various features and perhaps take notes.
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