(Video) Projector Displays Images That Interact With Real Objects

(Video) Projector Displays Images That Interact With Real Objects

A new hand-held projector from Tachi-Kawakami Laboratory reacts intelligently to its environment.

Kyle Studstill
  • 15 april 2010

Twinkle is a hand-held projection device from the Tachi-Kawakami Laboratory in Japan. Combining a video projector with an accelerometer and image-sensing camera, the device is able to display an animation that reacts intelligently to objects it encounters on the projection surface.

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