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Anon01

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Baiscally, it is like a hologram from the Star Wars movie or like Mass Effect games. It looks really cool and I want one.

http://displair.com/

Only problem is it is at $15,000!

http://www.wired.com...llery/?pid=4310

 

This is the only tech at CES 2013 that really impresses me.

 



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Pretty cool... what a terrible name though!  "Displair" sounds really ugly to me


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Pretty Cool

a bit too expensive



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Whoah. 

 

Don't worry about the price, it's not for long - it's a small Russian startup with no funding, so they can't mass-produce this thing. But it's pretty much inevitable someone will buy them soon - ideally, together with Leap Motion, to create real-life Minority Report UI.

 

Glad to see Russian tech coming out of the woodwork finally. They have loads of brilliant techies and unused ideas back from the Cold War era there. 



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Eye tracking, leap motion, displair, 4k monitor and dragon dictate (voice recognition, control computer and type).

 

Mouse and keyboard? GTFO


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This is very nice technology


Edited by Foma Kiniaev, 20 January 2013 - 06:34 PM.

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