The Japanese have created the world's first touch "air" display

Posted: Samat Posted: 4 April 2014 08:08 Category: IT News Views: 607

In Japan, one has created the world's first screen from the air. It uses technology that frees a person from having physical contact with the sensor devices.  Effect of an image hanging in the air is achieved by a special mirror reflection of light that the LED display emits. Thus projected image is visible from different angles.

"The main difference between our display technologies from earlier created technologies is a viewing angle which is much wider. In addition, we have significantly improved a system for gesture recognition and have very fast response of interface", Masatoshi Ishikawa, a professor at Tokyo University said.

Stereo cameras make interface interactive which take hundreds of pictures per second, which allows the program to instantly respond to the motion.

"There’s nothing to hold in hands. You should just enter the room and with the appropriate gesture start, for example, a computer game that pops up in front of you out of the air ", Masatoshi said.

Working prototype developers plan to submit by the end of the year, and to launch mass production of air screens in 2015.



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