Martin Oberhäuser created the idea for Lufthansa's infotainment devices to make the interface more user friendly
A new interaction system for touchscreen devices goes beyond gestures.
The car company offered projected race simulations inside their new i30, allowing people to learn about the vehicle by playing a game.
Instead of controlling your computer with keyboard or mouse input, the Zorro Macsk is a cover for the iMac that lets you use finger swipes and gestures.
F. Bertrand's concept design for a futuristic wearable device has many functions and adapts to the wearer's position.
Arnold's RFID-activated machine has a touchscreen interface with Twitter integration and dispenses six varieties of its own branded brew.