Researchers made a virtual screen with touch sensing objects

 

 

HaptoMime holographic floatingscreen

A group from the University of Tokyo is putting their own particular turn on a touchscreen. By merges an infrared sensor with ultrasound technology, the team of researchers looks into figured out how to design a virtual display that is as slender as air and can give you a chance to feel each article/objects you’re touching. Named HaptoMime, the project utilizes an reflective surface to provide for you that physically substantial feeling, while a change in ultrasonic pressure make it conceivable to make various distinctive sensations – say you’re playing an digital console/keyboard (like the one imagined above), the feedback from it isn’t the same you get with other kind of uses. Look at the HaptoMime holographic screen in action after the break.

Newscientist

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