3D Interface You See, Feel, and Touch Demonstrated by Ultrahaptics
Scientists at Bristol University (UK) have discovered a way to make 3D volumes that you can see, touch and feel in mid-air. The system, called UltraHaptics, has been developed by the university's Department of Computer Science, and involves a device that can pick up ultrasound waves present in the air, condensing them to create a pressure difference that gives the illusion of a touchable 3D object floating in thin air.
It is already posible to register for an evaluation kit and to be one of the first to get a kit when they start shipping.
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