A Minority Report Style Display System, The AirSho

from the the-future-is-coming dept

Roland Piquepaille writes “In its latest issue, CIO Magazine looks at Hitachi’s new AirSho imaging system which “projects dynamic pictures onto nearly invisible glass surfaces, such as a storefront window,” a la Minority Report style. “The system displays full-motion images — generated by a PC or DVD player — that give the illusion of appearing out of nowhere. It uses a floor- or ceiling-mounted projector that shines video onto a photopolymer-resinous Plexiglas display. The 40- or 60-inch diagonal screen sticks to the window’s surface with water — like a decal.” Cross posted from my site. For more information, you can also visit the Hitachi’s AirSho Display System page.”

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