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The Diamond Dimension

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Everything is going 3-D these days, including diamond-dealing De Beers. For their "Art of Diamond Jewelry" exhibit in the windows of Tokyo department store Isetan, De Beers is using 3D film "shown on a customized screen that doesn't require 3D glasses. The stereoscopic display is a first for Japan and the jewelry world." It'll be on display until July 21. [Luxist]