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MIT Projected Interface – Wherever You Want

Watch the following video from MIT Media Lab. They developed an attachment to the mobile phone which allows to project an interface on every surface the user wants it to. For instance the interface can be a watch on the wrist, a comment to a book that one thinks about buying or the address book on the palm… Use seems to be very flexible and it seems to work quite well on different sets of surfaces in different resolutions. In the video you can see a projection on the wall in front of a person and a projection on the wrist. The interface is controlled via gestures.

Have a look on the project’s website for more information: fluidinterface project.

 

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