Tiny Screens For Fingernails Provide Easy-To-See Interactive Display

Tiny Screens For Fingernails Provide Easy-To-See Interactive Display
technology

The 'NailDisplay' prototype can extend your device's screen so your finger doesn't block what you're viewing.

Emma Hutchings
  • 31 january 2013

A team from the National Taiwan University in Taipei have developed a prototype device that turns your fingernail into a display. ‘NailDisplay‘ offers an always-available nail-mounted display that provides visual feedback on a 96×64 OLED screen.

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