The next step towards wearable + mobile computers

A wearable, multitouch, mobile interaction system, christened ‘OmniTouch’ has been developed by researchers from Microsoft and a Ph.D. student from CMU. This system allows the user to interact with a screen projected onto any and multiple surfaces.

Read more herehere and here.

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3 thoughts on “The next step towards wearable + mobile computers

  1. yourmacstorevc reblogged this on yourmacstorevc and commented: This is pretty funky. It’ll be pretty clear what another person’s doing on this kind of surface, though. If I were sitting in the airport and saw someone surfing the web, for example, on their arm, I would know exactly what he’s looking for and know more about this stranger than I really need to…

  2. Pingback: Microsoft’s demonstrates wearable system with multi-touch capability « A little bit of this, a little bit of that

  3. Be part of the wearable revolution on January 30, 2014, by joining Golden Networking’s Wearable Computing Conference 2014 New York City (http://wearable-computing-conference.com). Topics to be covered include Key Features of Wearable Technologies, New World for Application Developers, How Wearable Technologies Will Transform the Human Experience, Wearable Computing and its Impact on the Technology Marketplace, and The Future of Wearable Computing Today. RSVP at http://wearablecompcon.eventbrite.com.

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