9 Haziran 2011 Perşembe

zerotouch invisible touchscreen

presented at the 2011 conference on human factors in computing systems, 'zerotouch' by texas A&M university's interface ecology lab is a screenless, transparent multi-touch display that uses infrared sensors to detect user input.

'zerotouch' implements 256 IR sensors, so that user input is visualizable as points on a matrix of lines. while the novelty of the device is the ability to move one's hands 'through' the screen and interact freely in the air, 'zerotouch' can also be mounted over a traditional computer screen, effectively turning it into a multitouch surface.

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