Researchers create futuristic interactive 3D display using fog

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Researchers at the University of Bristol in the UK have developed a unique interactive tabletop surface called the MisTable. It combines a conventional interactive surface with personal screens built using fog and a camera system to monitor movements.

The projections are both see-through and reach-through for a totally immersive experience that can be manipulated by the user. It kind of looks like a hologram at first glance but of course, it isn't. More information on the proof-of-concept can be found on the project's website.

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