Project Glass: Live Demo At Google I/O 2012

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The Project Glass team combined skydiving and mountain biking, and shared the experience, wearing Google Glass, at Google I/O 2012.

3D Displays Without Screens

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Aerial 3D technology produces 3D images in mid-air or underwater without using a screen. Laser light produces plasma excitation from oxygen and nitrogen in the air.

A Future of Music: Hatsune Miku & Megurine Luka

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Hatsune Miku – World is Mine Live in Tokyo, Japan

Hatsune Miku & Megurine Luka. A future, of music and live performance.

CG “iPhone 5.2” Concept

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Thinner iPhone, with laser keyboard projection and display hologram

Aaron Koblin Visualization Projects

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Interface as message. A range of collaborative crowd-sourced visualization projects by Aaron Kolbin presented at TED 2011.

Glass Technology and Interface Sensors

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Corning Glass possibilities for a future visualization of specialty glass.

Opening for Transmediale

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Visual interaction concept for the opening of Transmediale Festival, Berlin, on Biomedial Politics in the Age of Digital Liveness.

BODY:RESPONSE explores the (post-)human conditions of aggregation in the relation between body and technology and specific biopolitical and bio-economical trends affecting the (post-)human body and it’s relation to the world.

G-Speak, post-GUI interface

October 15, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Gestural interface powered by a pair of gloves, capable of supporting multiple pairs of hands. The system uses embedded cameras to sense spatial hand movements and track real-time interaction.

Augmented Reality Face Recognition Mobile ID

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Polar Rose developed an Augmented Reality application, that recognizes people through a mobile phone’s camera in realtime, and displays interactive icons around people’s heads with direct links.

Next Screen Technology

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TAT Open Innovation Experiment on screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays. Unfortunately content is still based on old structural paradigms.

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