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This Floating Feelable Touchscreen is the HID that I want right now [Tech]
posted October 29 2014 18:58.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Using reflective surfaces to create holographic display is not new, but feeling what you touch in mid air made out of thin air is a whole different story. Yasuaki Monnai and his team at the University of Tokyo have created HaptoMime, a virtual screen you can feel.

It's like touching a toy keyboard," says Monnai. "You only have to reach out your free hand onto the floating image


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