Floating screens bring new paradigm to interactive gesture technology

Researchers in Japan are developing interactive touch screens that appear to float in mid-air. The scientists believe their technology represents the future of 3D digital interaction, for use in hospital operating theaters or other environments where gesture technology is more appropriate than screen touch systems. Rob Muir reports.

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