With one shot, a 25-year old Texas law student killed two things: the notion that 3D technology is only used by professionals and any chance of the gun debate going away.
It’s the summer of 3-D movies but, some people can’t see 3D at all. And if you have a severe headache after watching a 3D movie it’s a sign of a bigger problem.
Technology is making trips to the dentist quicker, more precise and less painful. Just ask Juan Rubio who had terrible pain from a cavity.
Mammography has gone hi-tech. Just like movies and televisions can be seen in 3D, so too can breast exams. For now, CBS4′s Cynthia Demos tells us there’s only one place in all of South Florida to get a 3-D mammogram.
The hugely popular Hollywood epic”Titanic” is coming back to theaters in 3-D.
A film about a tropical storm that forced a team of underwater cave divers deep into the caverns fighting raging waters as they search for an escape route is based on the writer’s actual experience as a diver.
In recent years more movies have been produced in 3D. Now 3D technology is being used in the operating room.