Andy Wilson and Stevie Bathiche are two of the guys behind the original concept of Microsoft Surface, so it’s no surprise to see they’re cooking up new ideas that push the boundaries of display technology. Our next post will show what Stevie and his team are up to in their quest to build the magic window. This post focuses on the latest project from Andy – Holoflector.
It’s a great example of one of the trends that was discussed at TechForum today – the blending or physical and digital worlds.
Let your imagination run wild…
So call me a geek, but this is way cool
Most made it to "save me Luke. Youre my only hope!"
Making things more intelligent than humans.
Even that done by human again.
Thanks for all researchers involved in this invent.
This is cool, but 2 things stand in its way of being a marketable product:
- laggy, though undoubtably with better hardware and software optimisation this can be fixed, as it is it isn't seamless and fluid.
- it is "cool" but doesn't serve any purpose, unless there was a way to work this into computer gaming or something, in which case it would still be a niche product with a high price tag, and therefore may sell a few units to millionaires who like all the gadgetry bling but beyond that it would gather dust on the shelves at Argos.