In the future you will forget LCD, OLED and AMOLED because there’s a new technology whiich will be the future trend in touchscreen and it be will be your skin (that’s why its called SkinPut). Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and Microsoft’s Redmond research lab have created a working prototype of a system called skinput that can efficiently turns your body surface into both screen and input device.
Skinput is made up of a microchip- sized pipo projector which is built in an armband to create an image onto a users forearm or hand. when the user touches a control icon on the skin, an active detector embeded in the skin analyzes the lowest frequency sound to check which part of the display has been activated.
SkinPut video by Chris Harrison
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