An Israeli company has developed a spherical pixel technology that enables digital spheres to be made of the same material.
The spherical pixel system is similar to a technology that is already in use in many other countries and countries in the Middle East.
The technology was developed at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, part of the country’s Technion.
The spherical pixel, or pixe, is a special type of image that is used in video games, movies and television shows, and can be used to create realistic virtual environments for virtual reality applications.
The company, which does not have a name, is working on spherical pixel technologies that enable virtual reality and augmented reality applications, which it said is a way to create a real 3D environment for virtual-reality and augmented-reality applications.
“We want to provide virtual reality as a realistic experience, without any limitations,” said Adi Azzopardi, an engineer at Technion and a researcher at Technio-technical Institute of Israel.
The technology is being developed at Technios Israel, which has been established to develop technology for advanced industries.
Azzobi told The Jerusalem Report that he believes the technology is a step in the right direction, but that it will take time before it is used widely.
The use of spherical pixels is very early, he added, but a spherical image is possible with the right technology.
Technios has been working on the technology for years, with the aim of bringing it to commercial applications.
Technios is one of the top 20 technology firms in Israel, with a presence in dozens of companies.
Its technology has applications in aerospace, military technology, consumer electronics, biotechnology, medicine and energy, among other fields.
Technio is the only company that has a technology transfer agreement with Israel, and has been in a long-term collaboration with the country.
The Technion is a joint venture between Technion, Technion University and Technion Institute of Science.
The institute has more than 20 branches, and its faculty includes experts from several Israeli universities.
The institute’s main headquarters is in Haifa, about 50 kilometers (30 miles) east of Tel Aviv, with about 20,000 employees and more than 30 research centers.
The center also is a major hub for the Technio branch.
The technio branch is the biggest, and also has a strong presence in the United States, Germany and Japan.
Technion also has its headquarters in the U.K. and France.
Technio is not the only technology center working on a spherical-pixel technology.
In the United Kingdom, a company called The Technion Technologies is developing a spherical sensor that could be used for virtual and augmented Reality applications.