3D Images Projected Onto Mist Could Be A New Collaborative Workspace [Video]

Design

This hologram system stacks computer files and folders more intuitively than a 2D screen can represent.

Rachel Pincus
  • 17 april 2014

Computers and water usually don’t mix, but when the water is making fog instead of a menace for your keyboard, two scientists at the University of Bristol’s Department of Computer Science have discovered, objects can be made to appear three-dimensional in a way that enhances traditionally two-dimensional interaction systems. Professor Sriram Subramanian and Dr. Diego Martinez Plasencia have designed the system to exist on a tabletop, hence the catchy pun of its name, MisTable.

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