October 08, 2011

Video: Tactile 3D technology

RePro3D, writes Engadget, combines “a glasses-free 3D display with an infrared tactile interface, they are able to create a holographic model that responds when ‘touched.’ The next step for the team is to provide feedback via a wearable device, adding the sensation of touch.” Check it out:

Posted by John Nack at 8:33 AM on October 08, 2011


  • Rob — 10:05 AM on October 08, 2011

    A very interesting technology, but I’m afraid what that dude is doing to the 3-D character is illegal in 38 states.

  • Kirk Cpt. — 8:19 PM on October 08, 2011

    ehm, John, sorry, i did not wanted to interrupt you in your meaningful blog posts, but, could you please mix the photoshop team with those illustrator guys and learn them about interface, user friendly interoperation (e.g. how to implement middle mouse operations or even “command plus klick for chaniging numeric values, oh, and some lessons in typo stuff, yo know) and all the other stuff.

    You teams at adobe seem not to talk to each other at all, do you?

    Do you hate each other?

    C’mon. Let’s play some Hendrix and talk tp each other. Adobe is getting boring because everything is just concentrating on Photoshop and people staring at their tablets!

    please forgive me for being nasty!

  • Lisa — 8:56 PM on October 08, 2011

    I would have to agree with Rob, but that is still very cool stuff!

  • Photoshop — 8:57 PM on October 08, 2011

    How is that illegal.. I don’t understand?

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