Disney Prototypes Interactive Light Books & Games [Video]

Disney Prototypes Interactive Light Books & Games [Video]
technology

HideOut uses a mobile projector to enable seamless interaction between the digital and physical world.

Emma Hutchings
  • 2 may 2013

HideOut is a smart light project developed at Disney Research in Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University by Karl D.D. Willis, Takaaki Shiratori, and Moshe Mahler. It uses a mobile light projector to project digital content onto everyday objects, creating new forms of interaction.

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