Displair use case




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Published on Jul 8, 2014

You are putting on the finishing touches of your client's biggest event of the year. The tables are set, the lights are lit, and the aroma of fine dining is filling the room. However, the guests seemed to be drawn in by a colorful display of fog. Intrigued by this sight, the guests run their fingers through the cold mist to find out by surprise that the images move along the tips of their fingers--almost as if everything is in the palm of their hands.
This display becomes the most memorable piece of the party due to its power to bring the guests together to interact and experience the capabilities of this display. It is truly unlike anything the guests have ever seen.
As the name suggests, it is an air display. This piece of technology is no dream. Within the past few years, a team of Russian technicians has invented Displair: a 3D multi-touch screen technology that projects images onto an aerodynamic layer of fog. Combined by an infrared camera, projector, motion sensors, and cold fog made up of ultra fine water droplets, Displair is able to take interactive technology to the next level. http://displair.com/ http://displair.com/

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  • Song

    • Perfect Symmetry (a)-14016
  • Artist

    • Paul Reeves (Gb 2), PRS
  • Album

    • WOM256 Life In Motion 2
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    • AdRev for a 3rd Party, AdRev for Rights Holder (on behalf of West One Music); AdRev Publishing, and 2 Music Rights Societies


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