16 August 2010, InAVate

Holograms are set to get another dimension as researchers at the University of Tokyo develop tactile response for mid-air displays. The system consists of three components; a holographic display, a hand tracker and a tactile display. The tactile display produces force on the user’s hand without any contact by using radiation pressure of airborne ultrasound. Researchers pinpoint possible applications in digital signage.

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