Interacting with a flexible screen

 
July 18, 2013 | by Paul Flanigan

We continue to see people push the boundaries of integrating the digital and physical world. Here's another example, and very cool. The screen is a flexible silicone surface with projection that responds to touch and depth.

I wonder if they could make the silicone transparent in any way so that the projection comes from beneath, so it won't interfere with the hands? Regardless, this is just cool to look at.

Found at Creative Applications. Here is the designer's page.

(This post initially appeared on Flanigan's Experiate blog.)


Topics: Display Technology , Hardware , Interactive / Touchscreen , Projection Displays


Paul Flanigan / Flanigan is the new executive director of the Digital Screenmedia Association. You can also find him writing regularly at his own blog, Experiate.net.
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