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‘Seamless Experience’ by ASUS

‘Seamless Experience’ by ASUS

ASUS has recently unveiled its futuristic technological vision, which the company calls “The Seamless Experience”. During the latest Computex exhibition, ASUS demonstrated devices that involve various surface- and touch-based applications, offering interfaces that interact with objects placed on desktop surfaces. ...

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Interactive Mirror

Interactive Mirror

LitStudios has recently announced their innovative Interactive Mirror, a fun instrument that has potential applications both at home and at the office. While this new concept device isn’t too practical, its touch-based operation makes the experience both entertaining and extremely ...

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uWink Bar

uWink Bar

A new concept restaurant-bar, called uWink, offers an interactive, digital dining experience. Situated at the famous Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, California, the uWink serves ‘classic American food with a modern twist’. The real novelty is in the touch ...

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PlayAnywhere – Microsoft’s Interactive Playground

PlayAnywhere – Microsoft’s Interactive Playground

Microsoft recently introduced “PlayAnywhere” – a front-projected computer vision-based interactive table system, which the company says demonstrates the latest improvements in projection technology. PlayAnywhere was designed using advanced image processing techniques and Microsoft says this compact product addresses installation, calibration, ...

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Interactive 3D Virtual Environment

Interactive 3D Virtual Environment

Simon Greenwold from MIT Media Lab aesthetics and computation group developed a new concept for creating an easy to use combination of real and virtual environments. Using what he calls a “window” (a large portable touch sensitive screen) equipped with ...

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Interactive livePic

Interactive livePic

livePic is an interactive technology aimed at expanding the user’s drawing experience. Developed by Makoto Katsura and Masa Inakage at the Inakage Lab at Keio University in Japan, LivePic enables users to “move” and “control” the pictures they draw. A ...

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